December 8, 2017

European Christmas Markets: Lincoln Christmas Market

Lincoln Christmas Market Lincoln Cathedral View of the City
In keeping with the Christmas Markets in Europe, here is a photo essay of the one in Lincoln, United Kingdom; The Lincoln Christmas Market. – You can fly into any of the major U.K. airports, then take a local train to Lincoln. The trains may be a tad pricey as this is one of the bigger Markets […]
September 30, 2017

Where To Head This Fall To See The Fall Foliage

Before you know it, it will be the end of September and time for Fall or Autumn in the northern hemisphere as the British would say.         As Fall arrives, the trees in the colder climates prepare for the colder months by shedding their leaves. But they don’t shed the green leaves […]
June 30, 2017

Accommodation Review: Trinity College Summer Accommodation, Dublin, Ireland

Trinity College Accommodations Entrance
Overview Trinity College Dublin, Ireland     Ever had the need to stay in a College dorm for the summer? Here’s my review of Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.     Property Name: Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin Property Address: College Green Dublin 2, Ireland Phone: +353 1 896 1000 Fax: +353 1 […]
February 17, 2017

138 Countries, You Can Visit Without A Visa Using Your U.S. Passport

138 Countries, You Can Visit Without A Visa Using Your U.S. Passport This is a very popular question among readers to the site. It makes sense as we are travelers of course. So I decided to create this post telling you that there are at least 140 countries you can visit without a visa using your […]


December 15, 2016

Attraction: How To Visit The Taiwanese Lantern Festival

The Taiwanese Lantern Festival 2017 In December 2014, a friend of mine and ex-colleague called me up and said to meet her in Taiwan. She’s my confidant, so I said tell me what dates and I’ll be there as I was in Sri Lanka at the time. We made it work and I met up with […]
November 25, 2016

Destination Information: Antigua and Barbuda

Overview Note: All photos of Antigua and Barbuda are compliments of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourist Board.       Many years ago, I made it to Antigua and Barbuda. It’s the Caribbean island that reminds me of Jamaican the most. As a matter of fact, most Antiguans sound like Jamaicans and vice versa. This is a […]
November 10, 2016

Travel Apps Used By Your Fellow Passriders

Travel Apps Used By Your Fellow Passriders   I talk to our peers from time to time about how they use technology in their travels. I was able to compile Here is a list of Apps that are used by your traveling peers. Feel free to add your favorites in the comments below: Airbnb – […]
October 28, 2016

Flight Loads: How To Check Airport Standby Position for Frontier (F9)

A few airlines allow you to check your position on the standby list using, an App, their Web site and/or airport gate flight displays. This series will highlight these in order to ensure that you have a better standby experience.   Alaska Airlines | American Airlines | British Airways | Delta Air Lines | Frontier […]
September 19, 2016

38 Mobile Travel-related Applications You Cannot Do Without

Phone Airlines Desktop
As we are always on the go, it is essential that we know what mobile aides are available to you. If you have a mobile device you can always point it to http://mobile.passrider.com and you can use a mobile version of the Flight Schedule application you see on the right of this blog post. In […]
June 24, 2016

Destination Information: Belgrade, Serbia (BEG)

  A few years ago, I did a trip Belgrade. A friend of mine was there for a meeting and he invited me to come hang out. It was pretty amazing. The city is interesting as lots of buildings look old on the outside, but on the inside they are fine. Some of them when […]


November 17, 2015

Flight Schedules – How To Use The Airport Schedules Feature

Many of you have asked for a feature that helps you to see all the routings from a particular airport. You’ve also asked for all the schedules from a particular airport, but that’s coming. Today, I’d like to introduce you to the Airport Schedules functionality that allows you to see all the routings from a […]
September 25, 2015

17 Captivating Photos of the Castilla y León Region Of Spain

17 Captivating photos from the Castilla y León region of Spain
In May of this year, just before turning 50, I was extremely fortunate to be guest of the Tourism Board of Spain in the Castilla y León. Our goal was to trace some of the steps of Santa Teresa as this is the 500th year since her birth. Se was born in Avila and died in […]
August 22, 2015

Visa Requirements: They Can Be Daunting But The Countries Are Worth Visiting

Visa Requirements: They Can Be Daunting But The Countries Are Worth Visiting
I wanted to share some information about visa and health requirements as this is really very important when considering where you want to visit as well as the routings you wish to take. London Earl’s Court Area   Always remember that some countries require that you show a confirmed ticket to leave their country. Leaving is […]
August 14, 2015

Event Review: The Great British Beer Festival In London, England

Event Review: Great British Beer Festival
This past Tuesday, August, 11, 2015, a friend of mine who was in town from Nottingham invited me to have an evening in London at the Great British Beer Festival. Being a fan of beer and mostly as I wanted to hang out with my friend, I accepted. He actually loves beer more than I […]
July 31, 2015

Premium Content (Audio): City Notes – San Francisco, CA (SFO, OAK, SJC)

Here are some notes about San Francisco, California (SFO, OAK, SJC). (7:11)   In this premium broadcast, you will learn the following: What to do for public transportation A few of San Francisco’s Sights Castro Area Coit Tower Fisherman’s Wharf Golden Gate Bridge Muir Woods Sausalito TransAmerica Pyramid Twin Peaks Union Square Airlines at San Francisco International […]
July 20, 2015

Premium Content (Audio): City Notes – Portland, Oregon

Here are some notes about Portland, Oregon. (5:58) In this premium broadcast, you will learn the following: What to do for public transportation A few of Portland’s Sights Portland Saturday Market and on Sundays too Voodoo Donuts Salt & Straw Portland Food Trucks Airlines at Portland International (PDX): Alaska Airlines (AS), American Airlines (AA), Condor […]
June 30, 2015

Need Constant WiFi When You Travel In France? Try Bienvenue WiFi

Wifi Everywhere The Next Time You Are in Paris, France
I was in Paris recently and ran across Fabrice and Jean-Baptiste from Bienvenue W-Fi everywhere. i talked them into loaning my their Mifi device for a few days  and boy was I excited. I actually did not want to give it back, but alas, I had to. The idea is that if you need wifi […]
June 12, 2015

Destination Information: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain (XRY)

Jerez de la Frontera, Spain
I have to tell you about this little town I happened upon recently. I needed to get from Hamburg, Germany to Gibraltar and the fares were quite high and I had to connect via London or some other U.K. city to make it happen. I have air miles, but could not swing it either. But I […]
June 5, 2015

Destination Information: Hamburg, Germany (HAM)

Destination Information: Hamburg, Germany
I was recently a guest of the Germany Tourist Board in the port city of Hamburg, Germany. As a results I had a chance to explore a bit more of the city that I did before. You can see some photos from myself and my friends on Instagram here. My first time to Hamburg was […]
May 29, 2015

6 Tips On What To Do If You Lose Your Passport While Traveling

One of my traveling companions lost his passport at the Madrid Airport and it made me think what would I do if I lost mine. I started to do some research and realized that it is quite an annoying thing when this happens. However, it is survivable and unfortunately, happens quite a bit.     […]
May 21, 2015

Hotel Loyalty Program Insight: IHG Rewards Program

Hotel Loyalty Program: IHG Rewards
This post brought to you by IHG Rewards Club. As usual, the content and opinions expressed below are mine :-), (that of Passrider.com). As long as I can remember, I’ve loved the Holiday Inn brand. It maybe as I’m a simple traveler and I like value and I know what I get each time. Plus, […]
May 14, 2015

Destination Information: Puerto Rico – It’s Time For A 5-Star Vacation

Destination Information Puerto Rico
This post brought to you by Puerto Rico, The All-Star Island. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Passrider.com.   Puerto Rico, one of the U.S. territory that sits in the Caribbean. The most common misnomer for this tiny island is that U.S. citizens and permanent residents need a passport to enter. This […]
May 13, 2015

15 Tips Every Buddy Passrider Should Know

15 Tips Every Buddy PassRider Should Know
  As a Buddy Passrider, you must remember that you are representing the employee whose buddy pass you’re using. As such, we prepared some tips for you when passriding: Dress smart Don’t check bags Know the flight schedules for your trip. Use Passrider.com to help you. Have backup plans Don’t use a buddy pass for […]
May 8, 2015

How To Find and Book Hotels In London, England

The third biggest issue you tell me you have is booking hotels. I’m working on a few solutions, as well as I’ve been working diligently on this book for sometime now; actually on/off for about three years. It’s now been updated and ready for your consumption. It tells you all about how to find and book […]
April 25, 2015

State Of The Passrider Flight Schedules

The State Of The Passrider Flight
So this past week have been a trying one to say the least. We worked hard at developing the next phase of the Flight Schedule application, but for some reason some of you don’t seem to like it :-).       So, sorry about that.   It’s tough as we beta tested it for a […]
April 7, 2015

Five Words We Don’t Want To Hear: “Sorry, We’ve Checked In Full”

Sorry, We've Checked in Full!
As we fly standby around the globe, there’s always five word we don’t want to hear and it’s “Sorry, we’ve checked in full.”     Our hearts sink, our hopes are dashed, the kids start crying, your family starts blaming you for ruining their day and vacation and the list goes on and on. All of […]
March 27, 2015

Destination Information: Singapore (SIN)

Destination Information: Singapore (SIN)
      Ah, Singapore, one of my favorite cities and airport in this part of the world. With it three-terminal airport, where it seems that you can get almost anything you want, it can be quite daunting at times. But not to worry, here’s your Guide:             Home Airline: […]
March 20, 2015

Hotel Review: Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok, Thailand (BKK)

Hotel Review:Shangri-La Bangkok, Thailand
  I was guest of the Shangri-La Hotel in Bangkok last June 2014. It was around my birthday, so I was super happy to stay at this five star property down by the Chao Phraya River. Plus, my room had a view of the river so I was most happy.     Location Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok […]
March 20, 2015

How To Make The Most Of The Falling Euro To The USD

Europe On The Cheap: How To Take Advantage of the Low Euro
As you may have noticed the Euro is pretty low against the USD; at the time of this writing, you pay  1.07 USD for 1 EUR. This means your dollar will go much farther than it did before. I’ve listed some possible cities you can visit with nonstop service from the U.S. This means you […]
March 2, 2015

Product Introduction: Bluesmart – The Intelligent Carry-on Luggage

bluesmart Carry-on
Late last year I saw a kickstarter campaign for this piece of luggage, that can charge your phone, weigh itself, lock and unlock itself and you can track it (in case you have to check it and it gets lost) using your smart phone (Apple and Android). I lost track of the campaign and now found […]
February 24, 2015

Geeking Out With The Boeing 787-9

Boeing 787-9 Flying Pre-FarnBorough 2014
Boeing took the Boeing 787-9 for a test drive at the Farnborough Airshow in 2014. It’s held in Farnborough, United Kingdom every other year. In the off years, the Airshow is held in Paris as the Paris Airshow. If you’ve never been you should plan on attending this year as its pretty spectacular.   Of […]
February 20, 2015

Check Out The Beta Version Of The New Flight Schedule

Flight Schedule Bata
We’ve opened up the beta site for everyone to now test the new engine. Please check it out and then leave a comment and tell me what you think. It’s still in beta, so strange things may happen. I know it took forever to even get to this step, but the changes were made based on your […]
February 4, 2015

Hotel Review: Cinnamon Hotels, Sri Lanka

Hotel Review: Cinnamon Hotels Sri Lanka
In November 2014, I took a trip to Sri Lanka compliments of SriLankan Airlines and The Cinnamon Hotel Group both companies based in Sri Lanka. It was my first time to my longing destination of Sri Lanka. After seeing sights from an Amazing Race episode, I really wanted to go and ride the trains. Our […]


December 4, 2014

Making Use Of Your Flight Benefits: Flying Eva Air’s Hello Kitty Plane

Hello Kitty Eva Air Hello Kitty Magic - Compliments of Eva Air
As I fly around the world visiting friends and cool places, every now and again I get a note from an ex-colleague saying they’d meet me somewhere. This was the case in Taipei, Taiwan (TPE).   But the reasoning this time what that my ex-colleague could fly the Hello Kitty plane from TPE to Tokyo-Narita, […]
November 21, 2014

Airline Introduction: When Next In Sri Lanka, Check Out Cinnamon Air

Airline Introduction - Cinnamon Air (C7)
If you wish to get around Sri Lanka quickly, you should consider flying as despite an extensive road network (which they are currently improving), it does take a long time to get to your destination due to the mountains and traffic. There are a few faster options though, one of them being Cinnamon Air (C7). […]
October 3, 2014

Hotel Review: The Millennium Hilton, Bangkok, Thailand (BKK)

Hotel Review- The Millenium Hilton, Bangkok, Thailand
When I was in Bangkok back in June of 2014, I stayed in various hotels. It was tough, I know :-). One of the hotels is The Millennium Hilton. This hotel is located along the very busy and beautiful Chao Phraya River.   But don’t let that stop you at all as you can still […]
September 26, 2014

CBS’ Amazing Race – Flight Attendants Style

Exciting times as CBS’ Amazing Race has three flight attendants on the show this its 25th season! Are you a fan? Well, I am. It starts tonight and guess what, there are three airline employees (flight attendants) on the cast this season. First there’s: Shelley and Nici! They are mom and daughter from DTW, so […]
August 26, 2014

The 20 Main Apps I Use In My Travels – Which Ones Do You Use?

20 Main Apps I Use In My Travels
I’m always on the go, so I thought I’d share the Apps I use on my Android phone with you. The Apps are also available on Apple IOS platform (the link “IOS Version” will take you there, the other link is the Android version) so I have most of them duplicated on my iPad as […]
August 20, 2014

Six Reasons You Should Never Give Up On An Oversold Flight

Six Reasons You Should NeverGiveUponAnOversold Flight
If you’re like me, you get bumped off flights all the time. I know that sometimes when we check flights and they are overbooked, people just give up. But sometimes, not all the times it may be worth it to hang around. So here are six reasons why it may be worth your while: You […]
August 18, 2014

Hotel Review: Galleria 10 Bangkok, Thailand (BKK)

Hotel Review: Galleria 10 in Bangkok, Thailand
  For three days in Bangkok, I was guest of the Compass Hospitality Group. My task was to stay in three of their different hotels in as many days. The second one I stayed is the Galleria 10 Hotel Bangkok and here’s what I thought of it. Location Galleria 10 Hotel Bangkok 21 Sukhumvit Soi […]
July 30, 2014

Hotel Review: Dusit Thani Bangkok, Bangkok Thailand (BKK)

Hotel Review: Dusit Thani Bangkok, Thailand
I was in Bangkok, Thailand around my birthday time and was fortunate to receive a complimentary stay at the 5-star property, Dusit Thani. Located in the heart of bustling Bangkok, is this quiet oasis which was my home for three days and two nights in early June 2014. From the moment you arrive it is […]
July 29, 2014

Travel App Review: Hotel Tonight

Nearly two years or so ago, a friend of mine introduced me to the Hotel Tonight App (they started in Dec. 2010). Back then you had to wait until noon local time to get listings, today you get them as early as 9a local hotel time.   Here’s how they say it works: “Hotels give us […]
July 18, 2014

Farnborough Airshow 2014: A Pictorial Essay

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 […]
June 16, 2014

7 Habits Of A Highly Successful Passrider

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 […]
June 13, 2014

Australia’s Gold Coast Is Worth Visiting: It’s A Surfers Paradise

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 […]
May 1, 2014

Athens, Greece – Now It’s Your Turn To Visit

Athens Parliament Building in Syntagma Square Athens, Greece
I just did a recent trip to Athens, Greece (ATH) as a guest of the local Tourist Board. It’s been a few years since I’ve been so I was eager to visit again. Last time I was there, they still had the old airport! I had flown in to see a former colleague who worked […]
April 24, 2014

What Is That Special Item You Always Travel With?

Norwegian Boeing 787-8 Overhead Bins
I have friends who travel with hot sauce, ketchup, toilet paper (the U.S. ones are softer apparently), etc. Everyone has their favorite thing that they always travel with. I’m still pretty amazed by what they carry with them, but I fully understand it. So, what is that special item you always travel with? Please leave […]
April 18, 2014

Which Credit Card Is Best For Earning Miles For My Trip?

The Temple of Athena's Ceiling Athens, Greece
If you are not using a credit card to earn miles when you travel, you are losing out. Every single dollar you spend MUST earn some kind of mileage toward your future trips. So you may be saying, well, I don’t get miles for my flights, usually. Well. true, but you book a hotel, take […]
March 17, 2014

Anyone Up For A Trip To Remarkable Places In Ireland?

Drogheda Bridge Ireland
Last September/October I had a fantastic visit to Ireland. Despite the sometime wet and cold weather, I still had a wonderful time. I was a guest of the Ireland Tourist Board and had a chance to visit several areas. I even kissed the Blarney Stone, which is quite the experience. Watch out for future stories […]


October 20, 2013

Is The London Pass Worth It?: The London Pass Review

I know that you are always trying to maximize your time off, so I’m always thinking of ways to help you do that. As such, I was recently in London visiting a friend of mine and had the opportunity to try a complimentary one-day London Pass from the folks at The London Pass Office. Many […]
September 12, 2013

New York vs Paris: Which One Would You Choose?

New York vs Paris I’m torn. If I had to choose between New York, NY and Paris, France, to visit, I’m not sure which one I’d choose. I love Paris for all it has to offer, but I lived in New York for six years and visit often and still love it. There’s nothing like […]
September 2, 2013

Just A Little Over Two Hours Out of London, Frome Is Worth A visit

I get asked questions all the time that asks “Are there any places I can visit just outside of London?” I usually say Bath, Oxford, Bristol, but now I can add Frome (pronounced Froome) in the county of Somerset. I’m sure you are asking why, so let me tell you the reason.   First, you […]
July 18, 2013

The Airbus A350XWB (A350-900) On Its First Flight

On 14 June 2013, Airbus' new plane the Airbus A350XWB took off from Toulouse on its first flight. You can see it below. Actual take off is at 1:22. From the precisely-timed takeoff to a smooth landing just over four hours later, the A350 XWB's maiden flight on 14 June 2013 confirmed this jetliner's promise for shaping the efficiency of its future airline operators. See highlights of the maiden flight in this "best of" video. Congratulations!
July 18, 2013

Aviation Jobs – Independent Sales Position

Independent and self-motived sales persons are needed to expand our reach for already proven products used by Airlines. There are several products ranging from high cost and technical to low cost easy to implement volume sales. Successful candidates need not handle all the products but can choose based on the best match and we will be flexible in discussing territories. This position is commission based. You have to be ready to commit time and effort. If you have sold in the Airline/Travel Sector you know the sales cycle is long.
March 7, 2013

Tour Review: A Guided Tour of The Berlin-Tempelhof Airport

Berlin-Tempelhof Airport Stairwell, Berlin Germany
I was visiting a friend in Berlin and had the opportunity to visit the Berlin-Tempelhof Airport (THF) compliments of GetYourGuide.com. Unfortunately, I was not able to log this airport while it was operational, so this was shaping up to be a real treat. Plus, the airport grounds minus the buildings is now a Park. At the time of visit a number of winter sports were taking place on the runways and the taxiways. If you are an aviation geek, like I am, this is well worth your time and efforts and at 12 EUR, its pretty inexpensive as Guided Tours come.
February 28, 2013

A Universal Travel Adapter And Travel Tools You Can’t Do Without

When I travel I don't really have much space for extras. Today, I carry around three travel adapters. One for the U.K., Australia and the other for the Rest of Europe. But I no longer have to do that as I found a universal travel adapter from Kanex that solves my issue. In addition, I've found two other great travel tools from them.  Check them out here, enter the giveaway and if you need a WiFi hotspot, they are giving a 20% discount. All devices generously provided by Kanex.


December 6, 2012

Swap Your Home With Another Passrider Today

Launched in May 2011, Knok is an online home swap community which allows its members to travel around the world for free, exchanging their homes. Currently, Knok has more than 17,000 listings in more than 147 different countries. Home swap has many advantages: It’s not only about saving a lot of money in accommodation, but also enjoying a more comfortable place (you have much more space than a hotel room, etc), and discover the destination place like a local airline employee, not like a tourist.
November 23, 2012

787 Thank Yous

For Black Friday we are offering the McKenzie Ultimate Guide: Non-Revenue Staff Travel Guide for $7.87. Why? This guide is a must have for all passriders. Get yours today. As a bonus, we will send you a list of Alternate Airports in the U.S. – This eBook is a 100.00 USD value as it showcases a list of select airports around the U.S. and other airports within close proximity.
November 10, 2012

Get An ID20 Discount On Your Next Booked Tour/Attraction

Need a tour or to purchase an attraction on your next trip? We've partnered with Get Your Guide to bring you their guided tours of cities around the world. Some of you prefer to be on your own and just explore on your own.  Others prefer organized tours.  Either way, our partner, Get Your Guide to offers you an exclusive 20% discount on tours while supplies last. Just go over to their site and use the code: If you are reading this e-mail after Sunday, then you can still get a 10% discount...
October 12, 2012

I’m Sorry The Flight Has A Weight Restriction, You’ve Been Bumped

American Airlines (AA) Boeing 737-800 at the gate in Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ)
Have you ever gotten bumped because your flight was weight-restricted? I'm sure you have. Do you know what all this means? Here's my attempt to explain it. The aviation industry started with cargo and then people were added.  So as much as we think that people are the reason for flying, its really cargo.  More money is usually made from cargo and it does not complain .  An airplane is designed with what's called a maximum takeoff weight (MTOW). This is the combined weight of everything, the plane, baggage, fuel, cargo, people, food, etc., everything.
May 20, 2012

Passrider Q&A: What Are The Best Days To Travel?

This new section will answer your passrider questions via video. The first is below from Donna on our facebook.com Community: Over on our facebook page at facebook.com/passrider, Donna asks: “is there one day better than another to travel to/from without getting bumped? Or even a time? Thanks.”   Well Donna, here’s your answer. O.K. Donna, […]
May 19, 2012

Kindle Version of Non-Rev Guide for $0.99

Introducing the Kindle version of the McKenzie Ultimate Guides: for $0.99. I’ve created an Amazon Kindle version of the popular PDF Guide at an introductory price of $0.99.  Click below to check it out.
May 18, 2012

Thank You For Your Support

This is Kerwin with Passrider.com and I wanted to do a video thank you. This is a video to say Thank you for your support in 2011 and hope to have more fun in 2012. And if you’re traveling this Holiday season I hope you have your backup plans get your tickets. Use the web […]
May 17, 2012

Have You Ever Taken the Island Hopper?

At the moment, I’m in Guam and will take the Island Hopper tomorrow to Honolulu, HI.  It makes five stops from GUM-TKK-PNI-KSA-KWA-MAJ-HNL.  It takes about 15 hours in all :-). Depart at 9:00a and arrive at 3:30a the same day :-). Here is a mapping of the route. Have you ever taken this flight? Please leave […]
May 16, 2012

Passrider Checklist: 12 Things To Do Before Any Trip

              When planning a trip, there are so many things we have to thing about before we depart. Here are 12 Things to bear in mind: Camera with charged batteries and empty card Gotta do it, record your adventures, but be prepared, take extra cards and remember to charge […]
May 15, 2012

Top 10 Reasons You Know You Are An Airline Geek

I’ll admit that I’m an airline geek. I’ve been all my life since I discovered airplanes.  So I thought it would be fun to write this list. You Know You’re an Airline Geek When: You get in your car, buckle up and wait for the safety video to begin You set your alarm clock to: […]
May 14, 2012

What To Do When You Get to Paris

Paris, France is one my favorite cities.  There is something about it that just says chic.  Here are a few things to bear in mind for your next trip. First and foremost, always say “Bonjour” [hello] or “Bonsoir” [good evening] to everyone as it will make your trip so much better; trust me. Airports Which […]
May 13, 2012

What do you pack when you travel?

As an airline employee, we knows how to pack. The last thing you want is to have to check a bag especially since we board last. What are your secrets? How do you fit a week’s worth of clothing in that carry-on? Do you wash if necessary? What do you pack? Why don’t you share […]
May 12, 2012

Roxanne – Why I Love To Travel

Why Roxanne Loves To Travel This is the first installment of “Why I Love To Travel.” Here you will learn about your fellow passriders and what makes them tick when it comes to travel. It is our goal that you will learn from each other and also be interviewed by passrider.com. First up is Roxanne […]
May 11, 2012

Win a 1/500th scale model airplane – Winner announced

Update Dec. 19, 2010 – We have a winner in Maria from Continental.  She is now the proud owner of that 1/500th scale Lufthansa Airbus A380. Congratulations Maria. You can see the final standings at http://passrider.com/mileage-competition-leaderboard/ and all the flights taken at http://passrider.com/mileage-competition-flights-taken/ Thank you all for your participation. Watch this space for more passrider.com […]
May 10, 2012

When was the last time you got bumped from a flight?

When Was The Last Time You Got Bumped?
If your answer is “never,” congrats, it will happen soon :-). My last time was about two weekends ago. I was trying to get on a Lufthansa (LH) flight on a Friday morning from Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) to Berlin, Germany (TXL). When I got to the gate and checked in, I noticed that I was […]
May 9, 2012

What do you think about the new show “Fly Girls”?

Last night, the newest airline reality show “Fly Girls” premiered on the CW. The show is about the life and times of six flight attendants from the San Francisco-based Virgin America. There are mixed reviews around the workplace this morning I’m sure, what is your take on it? Here is an airticle on it – […]
May 8, 2012

Have You Ever Had To Sleep In The Airport?

My very first time to Europe, I had to sleep in the Charles de Gaulle, Paris France (CDG) airport. I had flown from New York-John F. Kennedy, NY (JFK) to London-Heathrow, London England (LHR) on Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS). I was so ecstatic, that I did not check the loads coming back.     Well, […]
May 7, 2012

Departure taxes: they follow us everywhere we go

As annoying and sometimes expensive as they are, we have to live with departure taxes. Over the last year or so, many countries have added these taxes. They can range from approximately 20 CAD in Vancouver, B.C. Canada (YVR) to 90 GBP for a First/Business Class ride from the U.K. to the U.S.,  45 GBP in […]
May 6, 2012

Are your parents travelers? We want to hear about their travels

One of my ex-colleague’s parents really make use of his travel benefits.  They are very industrious in figuring out the routings and even traveling on other airlines.                             Are your parents travelers?  Or if you are the parents traveling, do you travel? […]
May 5, 2012

Welcome to the new passrider.com – tell us what you think

The new site is now launched. Here is a look at some of the features: Calendar added to the Flight Schedule Passrider Routing Guide now available Phone numbers to list for select airlines Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. We thank you for your patronage.
May 4, 2012

Tell us about your worst non-rev trip

Share your worst non-rev trip with your fellow passriders. Were you stuck in an airport somewhere? Did you sleep there? Was it hours, days? Why did you not take another airline to another city? Were you scared? Or Did you just not know you can do this? Please tell us all in a comment below.
May 3, 2012

Where are you going this weekend?

Airport Tower
It’s a weekend and we know you are going somewhere. Please tell us about it. Include where you are going and how you plan on getting there. Any tricks up your sleeve in case the flight don’t work out?     Your fellow passriders are eager to hear about it. passrider.com
May 1, 2012

Hotel discounts

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avatar sione pikula July 5, 2014 at 2:09 am

Honolulu hotel


avatar Kerwin McKenzie July 8, 2014 at 4:26 am

Hi Sione,
What is your question? :-).


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