The three most popular posts/threads on ThreadTripping this week.
Monthly Archives for February 2015.
If, as most seem to agree, the vast majority of travelers choose flights nearly solely on price, why can’t low-price long-haul carriers – the model Sir Freddie Laker invented – succeed?
One of the biggest issues when it comes to cruising, at least to hear frequent cruisers tell it, is the practice of chair hogging employed by some cruisers.
There are countless threads in which people ask which frequent flyer programs are the best. Frequent flyers should peruse this discussion as a starting point.
Travelers on the Rick Steve’s forums share tips and tricks for preventing and treating blisters – including, of course, duct tape.
LBJ reported yesterday that Delta SkyMiles awards priced out differently if he was logged in vs. logged out. Oddly, prices were coming out higher for him when he was logged in.
Facing a long hold time when calling an airline? Try this trick and you will likely get through much quicker.
It has been prophesied before, but might we actually now be approaching the end times of frequent flyer programs?
The B&Q hardware store in the UK has organized an inspired marketing campaign that has gone viral and fooled quite a few people and news organizations. And now the joke has spread to the airline industry.
If luggage didn’t have wheels do you think you would utilize check-in more and carry less of it with you?