Great Gift items NEBO Flashlights

Posted By Andy Lubell on 5/22/17 2:43 PM | 0 Comments

Great Gift Items Red Line by Nebo Nebo is one of the world’s bestselling lines of innovative, consumer friendly flashlights and tools. Ever changing and never compromising. They create and see their products through every phase of development. From the conception of drawing on the sketch pad all the way to the end. They offer quality that is unmatched.

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RFID Technology

Posted By Andy Lubell on 5/16/17 11:00 AM | 0 Comments

RFID Protection: RFID Wallets, Passport Cases, Handbags, and Bags RFID has become a bit of a buzzword when it comes to personal security. RFID blocking wallets, handbags, briefcases, and passport casesare growing in popularity and availability in a variety of products. What is this technology and what does this mean for you?

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Briggs & Riley

Posted By Andy Lubell on 5/11/17 1:26 PM | 0 Comments

Briggs & Riley is a company that is focused on providing luggage that meets the needs of their customers. Their mission is focused on providing the best luggage experience for their customers, updating their lines and products as customers’ needs and industry evolves. As a result you will find great attention to functional details and quality. Briggs & Riley customer is the one who tends to invest in their luggage, demand more from it and look for the return in their investment in terms of durability and function.

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Baggallini Has Landed

Posted By Andy Lubell on 5/8/17 2:36 PM | 0 Comments

New Baggallini Has Landed

Life is a journey. Just ask the two flight attendants who founded baggallini. They wanted a travel companion, something stylish with plenty of pockets to help them move from place to place. So on their next trip they found some people who could help them make exactly that. Soon the cabin crew all wanted to know wherethey got their bags, with the passengers not far behind. Before they knew it, they were sitting around their kitchen table, not just making bags but making a business. Twenty years later, the baggs they created are still working hard for the everyday traveler. Baggs that are beautifully organized, to help their owners move from place to place. So whether your day takes you five blocks or five time zones… Our baggs are there to help you glide effortlessly through it. Welcome aboard!

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Zika shouldn't stop travel in continental U.S.

Posted By Andy Lubell on 4/21/16 11:00 AM | 0 Comments

Travel restrictions are not needed within the continental United States for pregnant women out of concerns about the mosquito-born Zika virus, National Institutes of Health disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNBC on Monday. Matthew J. Belvedere Monday, 18 Apr 2016 | 8:51 AM ET

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New Airline Responsibilities for Damaged Luggage

Posted By Andy Lubell on 12/28/15 3:22 PM | 0 Comments

The Department of Transportation has a stern warning for airlines that try to skip out on reimbursing customers whose checked baggage was damaged while in transit.

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The Flight Attendant’s Guide to Packing Light

Posted By Andy Lubell on 11/4/15 1:54 PM | 0 Comments

When it comes to packing light and efficiently, flight attendants know best—here are 11 of their best tips and tricks. We asked the world’s most experienced travelers—flight attendants—for their finest tips and tricks when it comes to packing the perfect suitcase. Nicole flies all over the U.S. (and blogs at, Gretchen has been working international flights for 17 years, and Jenny* has been exploring the world as a flight attendant for 28 years. Learn their best-kept organization secrets to making your next trip (and bag) feel easy and breezy. **Names changed for those wishing to remain anonymous.*

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Things To Do Before A European trip

Posted By Chelsea on 6/3/15 11:14 AM | 0 Comments

By Chelsea from Count Me Healthy

But while it’s fresh in my mind I wanted to share some things you must do before embarking on your trip to Paris. These can really be used for planning to ANY European City within the EU. Some of these things I’ve done in my international travels and some I wish I would have done (so please learn from my planning and lack of). Some to dos on this list aren’t fun or glamorous but they are necessary, so if you get them done ahead of time you can just focus on being your fun and glamorous self while exploring the beautiful city instead of worrying.

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Carry On Liquids

Posted By Andy Lubell on 9/30/13 11:22 AM | 0 Comments

Rules for Carry on Liquids

3-1-1 for Carry-ons

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Guide to Airline Fee's

Posted By Andy Lubell on 2/4/13 11:14 AM | 0 Comments

Carry On Guide

Posted By Andy Lubell on 2/4/13 11:07 AM | 0 Comments

Johnny Jet Six ways to get the best coach seat on an airplane

Posted By Andy Lubell on 10/18/12 3:17 PM | 0 Comments

Greetings from New York City! In California we pretty much have an endless summer which is why I spent Labor Day on the East Coast. Here the holiday is really celebrated the way it’s supposed to be as the last weekend of summer. When I was checking in for my flight to get here I used some tricks that I’ve never divulged to secure the best possible coach seat. I went from a middle to an exit row aisle. Here are some tips for how you can get that mini upgrade too. Read More

The Single-Bag Solution For Solution

Posted By Kentin Waits on 9/12/12 4:52 PM | 0 Comments

September 6, 2012 Air travel isn’t getting any easier or less expensive. Rising fuel prices, more competition, airline consolidation and nickel-and-dime fees all add up to an industry in turmoil. In the push-and-pull between profits and good service, it’s the customers that get caught in the middle. For those of us that have no choice but to fly frequently for business, our war stories are legion. Over the past few years, I’ve made one small adjustment that’s taken a lot of the chaos out of flying. I’ve stored my large luggage set in the attic and embraced single-bag travel. It’s true—whether I’m flying on business or for pleasure, I only pack a carry-on. Here are some of the benefits I’ve noticed and a few tips on how to make single bag travel work for you.

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Choosing The Right Luggage

Posted By Andy on 2/2/12 11:07 AM | 0 Comments

Choosing the right luggage can be a difficult decision, especially for the inexperienced traveler. That’s why Ace Luggage has put together a few helpful tips for choosing the luggage that will best suit your needs. Read More

Packing Tips

Posted By Andy on 11/1/11 10:47 AM | 0 Comments

Packing can be both exciting and stressful, but with these helpful packing tips from Ace Luggage you can eliminate the stress. Read More

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