Traveling is the best. Y’all know this, you’re airline employees! You’ve got those awesome non-rev benefits, and a lot of you use the heck out of ’em. Thanks to the job, you get to know the ins and outs of air travel, as well as the tricks and tips to airport transit. But what about city transportation? If you’re going to save money on your flights, shouldn’t you try to save it elsewhere also?
Tax season is winding down and the checks are finally starting to roll in. Instead of letting that money burn a hole in your pocket, or spending it on a half-cocked investment scheme, why don’t you let the experts (like us) help you spend it on an experience? We did a little research and came up with a few great destinations (stateside and abroad) that we’d suggest you’d travel to this April. After all, isn’t
Hey, non-revs! Killing time before your flight? Or do you need something to fill the gap between now and the next available seat? Good! We’ve got a few suggestions on how to keep yourself busy in the airport. Fair warning, some of these might get you a little extra attention from the TSA, so proceed at your own risk! But #worthit, amiright? (Do the kids still say “YOLO”?)
Hello interliners! Glovis here, checking in from Kyoto, Japan. That’s right! We’ve jumped through a few countries since we spoke with y’all last (Israel, South Africa, India, and Thailand to name a few). We’ve been learning a lot while traveling, and have been taking some pretty serious adventure notes that we can’t wait to share!
Cancún – it’s an absolutely lovely destination with its white sand beaches, restaurants filled with seafood a-plenty, and fabulous clubs boasting insane nightlife. The city has so much to offer first time tourists and returning visitors. In fact, many people love it so much that they return a second, third, and fourth time! There’s more than you can possibly see in one trip, and I’m sure you’ve heard more than one friend say, “If I could do it again I would…”
What’s the absolute best way to see Europe?
That’s the age old question, isn’t it? Sure, there’s about a million different bloggers out there that’ll tell you their opinion, but who has the time to stop their life and travel the world like they do? Not us… and probably not you! Should this stop us from seeing the world, though? We say, “no!”
Hello Interliners! Glad to see you back on this beautiful spring day, a season we are hoping is finally here to stay (no matter what that oversized rodent has said)! With this much awaited weather change comes the greening grass, blooming flowers, and mysterious allergy-induced colds. We’ve definitely caught a bug here at ID90 Travel, but it’s probably not the one that’s kept you home recently…
You should travel…alone. Yes, all of the major channels have covered this topic, but we thought we’d give it a go too. You know, from the well-traveled professional’s perspective. Some of you already travel solo pretty consistently. You dead-head, non-rev, and work the skies with strangers on the reg. But that’s not what we’re talking about here. We mean you should adventure alone.
Have you had some pretty lousy passengers? Ever been restocking the plane and witnessed the end of a poor crew’s crazy PAX ordeal? Do you absolutely hate those people who pack over-sized, over-weight items? Have you been the victim of a few nutters bad day at the check-in desk? Well we want to hear it!