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See How You Can Fly First Or Business Class
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On a late Spring afternoon last year two friends of mine, Mike and Jason bumped into each other when picking up their luggage at London Heathrow Airport. Mike and Jason were actually very much alike: both were in the same fraternity in college, both had two children and both lived in similar middle class neighborhoods with similar jobs.
Both flew in with British Airways from Los Angeles on the very same flight. After a big hug, Jason wondered how come they just arrived on the same flight but did not see each other on board?
He was astounded by Mike's reply: Mike had access to the airport executive lounge before departure and had a seat in the business class cabin while Jason had pizza at the terminal and was sitting "at the back of the bus..." But the fact that made Jason green with envy was the following: he had actually paid much more than Mike for his ticket!
The difference between Mike and Jason was that Mike (like myself) is a former airline employee. Mike and I know the airline secrets.
Dear Fellow Traveller,
If you are like me, you probably insist on getting the most value for your money, and you would probably also like to learn how Mike made it to the business cabin on an economy ticket.
In fact he does this on a regular basis. I think I can teach you how this can be achieved: I am a former airline employee and like you, I also love to travel in style. Not that it will work every time you travel, it won’t, but every once in a while it does work and you need to know how to act in order to get that coveted seat in the superior cabin.
During my airline days I noticed that there was a very small number of extremely savvy frequent fliers who knew how to upgrade their tickets to first and business class time and time again without spending a fortune.
On overbooked flights these travelers knew how to get "bumped" in return for free travel vouchers and lots of cash. These 'ordinary' folks like you and me managed to learn the ins and outs of the air travel game - the tricks, deals, loopholes and strategies. They are the ones who get to fly in the premium cabins when upgrades are available, for the cost of economy tickets.
These travelers knew how to pay hundreds of dollars less than the uninformed passengers sitting right next to them, who in effect subsidized them.
At the same time, I watched countless others throwing their money away or missing out on hot opportunities just because they didn't know any better. Knowledge is power! Be informed and ahead of all the others: for a fraction of the cost of a single airline ticket, get the guide that reveals what the airlines do not tell you!!!
Since those happy days at the airline I became myself an international very frequent traveler as I live and work on three different continents. I began to put to use what I had learned back then and, inspired by those savvy travelers I so admired, I now am ready to share with you my travel strategies. I haven't held anything back—this guide contains literally everything I know!
These travel secrets are everything I have learned. They allow me to take advantage of the lowest possible fares that are not even advertised every single time I travel. I then turn around to upgradethose tickets to first or business class and in most cases, not all cases, it works.
If you live in the US and Canada, I will teach you how to rack up tens of thousands of miles, even if you do not fly that much.
If you're excited about travel you can be very active in chasing down miles in order to accumulate a balance of 100,000 or even more in less than a year, and it is possible to achieve this balance year in year out.
Flying and paying with credit cards are two solid ways of accumulating miles regardless of where you live in the world, but there is another way which can get you tens of thousands of miles a year if you live in North America.
A total of 50,000 miles per year can take you to your dream destination once or twice a year, every year. A healthy mileage balance is worth real cash, but only if you know how to use it.
For the value of this bit of information alone it would be
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Turn The Odds To Your Favor:
Most travelers dream about getting an operational upgrade to first or business class, at least once.
It is time you turned the odds to your favor. Imagine yourself flying first or business class, pampered by the most attentive cabin crew, sitting next to celebrities and executives, all sipping on their champagne or slipping into the complimentary pajamas provided in first class, tucking in for a good night sleep in a fully reclining flatbed seat. I guarantee you will forever be the envy of all your friends !
When you learn the information in the Travel Guide you will join the growing number of those who already learned how to make the system work for them - how to pay the absolute minimum and fly much more.
By the way, I honestly don't think that the airlines are evil, but when it comes to the ever present tension between the airlines and individual travelers, I side with the travelers because the odds are never to their favor.
Unless they are well informed that is, and that is therefore my mission: informing travelers so that they know their rights and know how to spend their hard earned money wisely on air travel, one of the most costly expenses in most household budgets.
My Travel Guide is a great product and is priced well below its real value to air travelers.
Are You Ready, At Least Once, To Say Goodbye To Those
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Just take a moment to imagine how it is to fly in the first class cabin: Forget the long lines at check in and the gate. Visit the airline departure lounge, the last word in luxury and hospitality. Be treated to several superb gourmet meals. After landing, get refreshed by taking a shower and a luxury breakfast at the airport arrival lounge.
Once you have mastered the travel secrets and strategies outlined in this Travel Guide, you will increase the chances for getting the upgrade for a dream journey.
Do it right and you can sometimes get business class tickets for the equivalent cost of economy or premium economy. With a little effort and savvy, you’ll seldom sit next to anyone who paid less than you did.
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If you have made plans to take a holiday or vacation with an expensive flight in any class, please consider not booking any flights until you have read my Travel Guide.
You really could save a significant amount of money on airfares and you may well end up sitting with your loved one in the business or first class cabin.
Here Is A Rundown Of Some Of
The Chapters In The Travel Guide:
- Flexibility and
patience in collecting information online:
the two golden rules to tracking down the best fares online
- What you need to know about the low-cost air travel revolution
- How to get the cheapest fare on long distance economy and business class
travel and save hundreds if not thousands of dollars on each trip
- The Holy Grail: how to get an upgrade on your flight
- Premium Economy: who is it good for and is it worth the price?
- The declining world of consolidators
- How can I get a stopover for free?
- How do I get the best seat on my flight?
- Mileage programs and a few secrets to more miles
- The Black Hat Tip: How to
Upgrade to First or Business Class at the Airport
- How to avoid getting my luggage lost
- How to maximize the value of the meal voucher to 20$
and even 30$
- You are stranded: how to get the best hotel and how to
wine and dine at the expense of the airline
- What do I do if I’m denied boarding?
- The New European Regulations, in effect February 2005:
What are my rights when my flight is delayed or cancelled?
- How to get compensation for delayed luggage
- I’m ready to write my complaint letter to the airline:
an effective sample letter
If you ventured to learn all this valuable knowledge yourself you would probably spend years of research. The value of the information in the travel guide depends on the frequency of your travel, all for the fair price of 9.90$!!! If you browse the web yourself looking for all of this information you might be directed to sites with inaccurate and out-of-date information.
This guide is your opportunity to join the elite, savvy travelers I told you about. At the very least you will learn their tricks and secrets.
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long as the airline gets you to your destination safely, that is all that
really matters. But if you can find and secure a seat in your class that will
give you a little more comfort then why not do it? It is no secret: on board, some
seats are much better than others. Some have tons of legroom, others have more
privacy, while really bad ones do exist too, for example, those right next to
the lavatories, or the very last ones which do not fully recline.
just like any other thing about air travel, getting the best airline seat also
requires some homework. First, check out www.seatguru.com
. This site has the seat layouts of most planes on the market, listed by the airlines.
Just identify your airline type of aircraft and familiarize yourself with the
various configurations used by the airline on the route you plan to travel.
Seatguru has interactive seat maps that will help you locate the best seats on
a given plane and the worst ones, but you can do the same research on the
websites of most airlines. They also give you an overview of the seat layout in
each of their aircraft. Then, as you make your reservation, reserve the best
seat according to the particular plane’s layout. If you are an elite loyalty program
member, some of the airlines reserve the best seats in economy for you, up to
the time for check in. Ask for specific seats which you located beforehand on
the charts on Seatguru.com . At the time for check in, they open these small
numbers of preferred seats to the handicapped or those willing to pay or just
for all passengers.
factor to consider is whether the seat(s) next to you will be taken. When
flying in economy class, this could make your journey a lot more comfortable.
The extra space an empty seat provides will make a big difference on long-haul
flights to most travelers.
at the popular exit/bulkhead rows, it is less likely that you will have an
empty seat next to you - but at least you will have extra legroom. Extra leg
room yes, but sometimes, the exit row seats have limited recline.
of this is somewhat out of your control, especially if the flight is full.
However if the flight is less than full it is possible to select certain seats
to reduce the possibility of someone sitting next to you. (This is a purely personal
preference - some people may like a seat mate.) Most people don’t really like
to choose the middle seat if the aisle and window seats are occupied.
elite status passengers in some airlines (e.g. Lufthansa) can request an empty
adjacent seat, subject to availability.
to pre-allocate your favored seat as early as possible. Some airlines allow
this at the actual time of booking the flight. Most airlines allow you to
select a seat during online check-in. The best thing to do is check in online
as soon as the option opens, 24 or even 48 hours before departure. This way you
give yourself the widest possible seating choice by checking in before the
you have a flight with a layover, in many cases you can choose seats for both
flights when online check-in opens for the first flight. This gives you
an advantage over the passengers who will do their online checking for the
second flight much later than you, so you have more seats to choose from.
hat tip: If you are
travelling as a couple you can always pull the old trick by selecting a window
and aisle seat on a three seat window row. If someone does turn up with the
middle seat they are usually more than happy to swap so that they can sit
either at the aisle or at the window seat.
flying as a couple on a wide body aircraft and you don’t want to have anyone
climbing over you then choose 2 seats together in the middle row of four. But
it is better to choose the 2 seater rows further in the back, if available.
flights with few passengers (this has become rare)it can be worthwhile grabbing
an empty row in economy class which can be turned into a “bed”.
of course, if you are in a hurry, it is best to sit closest to the front.
Sitting over the wing has a few advantages too: as it is nearer the aircraft’s
center of gravity, it is usually less affected by turbulence. This is also
thought to be the strongest part of the aircraft and you will also be closer to
the over-wing emergency exits. However, this is also exactly above the fuel
tanks in most aircraft. Sitting at the rear is noisier and sitting at the
windows is considered somewhat colder than the aisle seats. Left or right of
the plane? No big issues here except if you want to avoid direct sunlight on
certain routes, or if you want to see a particular view.
you are not too fussy about getting the “best seat in the house”, at least try
to avoid the “bad” seats. This too requires some familiarization: seats with
limited recline are those just in from of the exit rows; window seats that
actually have no window; seats where an entertainment system box reduces your
legroom because it is located right in front of you; and lastly and this is
probably not going to be in your control anyway: middle seats on very busy
flights where you do not have an online check-in option.
The Air Travel Guide is indispensable for any UK, US, Canadian and European air travelers…and also very useful for other worldwide fliers from South Africa or Latin America, Asia or the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, you are sure to benefit from the many strategies.
_____________________In order to comply with eBay's new digital media policy we are required to sell our Travel Guide from now as a CD even though most buyers prefer to receive a live online link right away. Therefore we also send a link to an identical copy of the Travel Guide in the payment acknowledgment message which is sent within an hour (usually instantly) from receipt of your payment directly to your email address. This way you save time: you could go ahead and read the Travel Guide right away on your screen when you click on the link. We immediately send the CD in the mail only when buyers Request to also receive the CD, in addition to the link to the online version. In listings that do not charge shipping and handling, we only send the online version so please let us know if you wish to also receive the plastic CD and we will gladly send it right away. The link to the online version of the Travel Guide is good for life and is yours for a lifetime. You could revisit it anytime in the future and read the updated Travel Guide. We update it once a year. Online access to the Travel Guide is truly superior to a hard copy sent in the mail because of this.