Scams Every Traveller Should Know!!

November 21, 2016 By Airline Ticket Centre

You know that old saying—there’s a sucker born every minute? Don’t be one of them. Stay ahead of the latest travel scams to keep your vacation plans from falling apart. The schemes below may be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to travel cons, but preparing yourself for these sneaky swindles is a good place to start.Image Gallery View as one pageVacation Clubs"The

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Which is the best airline you have flown?

November 18, 2016 By Airline Ticket Centre

Within the past year, I've flown on a number of first class products using miles and points.  The full review links are below, but I'll summarize here:1st - Etihad A380 First ApartmentsYou are essentially in a small NY sized apartment.  There is a separate chair and bench, which turns into your bed.  There is also a shower on board although it's not as nice as the Emirates A380 shower.  Yo

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Emirates introduces world’s largest plane on its shortest route – on a daily basis

November 4, 2016 By Airline Ticket Centre

Emirates Airlines is flipping conventional thinking about large aircraft on short journeys by using its massive Airbus A380 on one of its shortest routes.Emirates introduces world’s largest plane on its shortest route – on a daily basis. Image by EmiratesPreviously, the 544 passenger craft would normally be used on flights of 15,000 kilometres or more. But from December, it will be d

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Saving a few dollars when you travel!

February 15, 2016 By Airline Ticket Centre

1)Be careful of foreign transaction and ATM FeesPaying to use your own money is often an infuriating consequence of traveling abroad, but it doesn't have to be. If you're still paying fees for making foreign transactions, it's time to switch banks—there are plenty that don't charge you to use your card overseas. 2)Checking a BagOver-packing is a common problem, but in an age of incr

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DOES THE PRESIDENT OF THE USA NEED A PASSPORT ?

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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