So you want to travel on the cheap. Don’t we all! It’s no secret that airline’s are shrinking seats and increasing fares, but for the truly cheap and adventurous, the major U.S.-based airlines have started offering “basic” fares.
I recently had the opportunity to fly Polaris from Auckland (AKL) to San Francisco (SFO), so here’s the whole scoop for you, complete with pictures and descriptions—and maybe a few pro tips!
one of the best benefits of these upgrades is the food. It’s true. United does have remarkable airline food in Business Class. This is your sneak peek at some of the meal options from Houston to Sydney and back again!
If you read yesterday’s post, you got the low-down on our unexpected journey (in Business Class!) on Avianca Airlines to get home from Chile. Today, I’m giving you the details on the food! It’s What I Ate Wednesday after all!
On a recent flight from Dulles, VA, to Austin, TX, I received an e-mail a couple of days prior to my flight that brought a smile to my face. It’s not a super long flight–just under 3 hours and 20 minutes–but having a larger seat and an in-flight meal were welcome amenities that morning.