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The Cockpit of UTAir's Sukhoi SuperJet 100 at Farnborough 2014

While visiting some friends in the Reading area of the U.K., I took a day trip out to Farnborough for the biennial  Farnborough International Airshow. I’ve been attending this event since the early 1990s and as usual, its spectacular. I managed to capture some moments for you in photos as that speaks volume. Getting to the Airshow Fly […]

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Hotel Review: Wynhdam Garden Hotel - EWR

It’s been a while since I stayed at a Wyndham; as a matter of fact, I think the last time may have been on Groundhog Day in 2002! I had to overnight at Newark Airport recently and as it turns out, they had the best available rate of $99. I had checked the Hotel Tonight […]

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7 Habits of A Highly Successful Passrider

  As an airline employee, your life and travels can be so much better if you are prepared to travel. With that in mind, I’ve prepared 7 habits to follow that will make every trip a success: If possible list for your flights at least 24 hours in advance. Each airline has differing policies for […]

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Running on Surfers Paradise

  Last September (2013), I visited the Gold Coast, Australia area. This was actually my second time in the area having visited a few friends there a year earlier and stayed at the Hilton property. While there, the Queensland Tourist Board invited myself and a few others to see some of the areas’ attractions. It […]

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Thanusingha House Bakery Front door

  I took a tour with a new tour company in Bangkok called expique. They took a group of us through parts of the city not usually traveled. Seriously, this bakery/teahouse is located in a hidden neighborhood. It’s the Portuguese/Chinese Christian section of Bangkok on the other side of the Chao Phraya River. It is […]

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