December 25, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Heads of states on official visits announced through proper diplomatic channels are exempt from any passport or visa requirements. The prime minster of Canada and the President of the United States do have a passport. The British Queen in one rare example of a head of state who does not hold a passport.

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Avoid The Worst Seat on the Plane!

December 13, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Seat with Entertainment BoxNo room for overhead luggageSeat at any back of any sectionSeats do not reclineHeavy traffic due to Galley or BathroomsThe Broken SeatUnfortunately you can not plan for this seatTapered Window SeatAt the back of the plane there are seats with no middle row. There is a gap between the seats so you will not be able to lean to sleep. There

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What is that small black triangle on the inside wall of an airplane ?

December 6, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

As you sit on the aircraft you may wonder what is the small black triangle mean or do ?The black triangle marks the location of the seat with the clearest view of the wing. This seat gives the best visual seat for ice or other problems. This seat has also been referenced to the "William Shatner's Seat"The future aircraft will no longer need this triangle to give you the best view.

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Untold Secrets in the Car Rental Business

October 25, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

1) They Really, Really Push Gouge-Price 'Insurance' You Don't NeedMany credit card companies or your own car insurance company cover you for CDWThe rental companies' CDW/LDW has one big advantage: If you damage a car, you can return it andwalk away with no further responsibility. With other insurance, you may have to pay up front and makeclaims later. But that freedom from responsibili

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October 5, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Book Your Flight Now (and Don’t Look Back)For people who need the window seat, a specific departure time or a nonstop flight, or who simply want to fly first class: book ASAP. The best time to buy tickets is during the week of October 5-12. (Thanksgiving fares are lowest on October 6, Christmas fares on October 9 and New Year's Eve fares on October 12.)Suck It Up and Fly on the H

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Do pilots receive a Economy meal or First class meal ?

August 12, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

We have "special" meals. Our crew meals are, by contract, allegedly the same as a first class meal, but in reality, they are nowhere close. After 35 years and at least 6 cases of food poisoning, other than in extreme and controlled circumstances I won't consume a "crew meal." I have no doubt that the kitchens are safe but, once the meal leaves the kitchen, all bets are off.  The "chillers" on our

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Boeing Says Goodbye to Bathrooms

June 24, 2015 By Airline Ticket Centre

Boeing Says Goodbye to Bathrooms!!!// // // // // Boeing Co. is looking to increase their sales in the next decade by adding more seats. We know what you’re thinking. How? Those planes are tight as it is.They don’t plane on cutting the legroom in the aisles, however, just in the bathrooms. The Chicago-based airline company has found that by cutting the size of inflight rest

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