Sometimes flying two different airlines or booking two one-way tikets is cheaper than booking one round-trip ticket on the same airline.
Websites like seatguru.com have color-coded seat maps so you can identify the best seat for your flight needs.
When deciding whether to go right or left in the airport security line, go left – those lines tend to be shorter.
Tightly rolled clothes take up less space and are less likely to get wrinkled.
Use a plastic bag to prevent dirt from getting on your clothes.
Help your bag stay upright by packing heavier items on the bottom of your suitcase.
Put a dryer sheet in your suitcase to keep your clothes fresh.
A. Just me or one other person.
B. Three or more people
A. One week or less.
B. Two weeks or more.
A. Public transportation is easily accessible where I’m going.
B. I’ll need a car to get from place to place on my itinerary.
A.“Take flight. You are meant to soar.”
B.“It’s not the destination. It’s the journey.”
The friendly skies await! Traveling by plane is likely your most cost-efficient and convenient option. Use the MyTSA App for airport security line predictions and carry-on rules, and if your airline has an app, download it and use it to check in.
Get ready to hit the highway! Ensure that your vehicle can handle a lengthy drive by checking its tires, fluids and oil. Visit travelmath.com/cost-of-driving to calculate fuel cost, and be sure to get plenty of sleep before the trip.