New Book: 89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit

by Kerwin McKenzie on January 2, 2016

 

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I think I’ve been writing this book for about six or so years now. I’m finally buckling down to finish it. I’ve shared a few chapters over the years as well so you have a good idea of what its all about. Introducing:

 

“89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit”

 

89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit 89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit

 

The book is designed to help you make use of your flight benefits. To whet your appetite, I’m offering a complimentary chapter; well “Thing” Thing # “26. Visit A Lock.”

This section talks about visiting four Locks in different parts of the world. Where they are, how to get there and what to do when you finally get to the Lock itself.

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Here’s are the first 15 Things:

  1. Visit an airplane graveyard
  2. Take a day trip to beautiful Oahu
  3. Visit somewhere different every weekend for a month
  4. Fly around the world in a weekend
  5. Fly around the Southern hemisphere
  6. Fly around the world only on Airbus A380 operators
  7. Fly around the world on one airline brand
  8. Take a weekend trip to see the crystal clear Caribbean beaches
  9. Take a weekend trip to Europe
    • Austria
    • Belgium
    • France
    • Germany
    • The Netherlands
    • United Kingdom
  10. Have breakfast or dinner overlooking Kowloon Bay in Hong Kong (check out the Peninsula or Sheraton hotels)
  11. Go have some really cheap and good Mexican food in Mexico
  12. Visit a few of the famous vineyards around the globe
  13. Visit Seoul, South Korea
  14. Marvel at some of the wonders of South America
  15. The European feel of Buenos Aires, Argentina
    • Colonia, Uruguay
    • Iguacu Falls, Argentina/Brazil/Paraguay
    • Lima, Peru (LIM)
    • Montevideo, Uruguay
    • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

 

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avatar Judy April 8, 2016 at 9:04 pm

Hi Kerwin,
Thanks for these (15 of the 89) tips, I should really read the book, I guess !    I retired from United Airlines (ticket counter) in January 2014 and boy, do I miss it — but they offered a lucrative buyout and I was of retiree age with 35 years under my belt.    I have even thought of doing some of these things – like flying around the world in 4-5 days, hopefully (ZED’ing – now there’s a term) along with whatever I can get on United.    I once flew to Chicago for lunch (in the days when I got breakfast on the flight, had lunch in Chicago and took a flight with dinner on the way back) !!    I’ve done a lot of traveling but never want to regret that I couldn’t have done more,  so your ideas for short (almost meaningless) trips appeal to me.   
Again, thanks for the ideas.
Regards,
Judy

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avatar Kerwin McKenzie April 8, 2016 at 9:12 pm

Hi Judy,

Thanks for your comment; glad you liked the first few tips 🙂 and congrats on the retirement.
I remember those breakfast flights as well :-). Those short I just want to fly trips are super fun too….

Kerwin.
Passrider.com

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