Choose the right luggage for air travel. To help you find the perfect suitcase for your travels, here are some tips.
Whether you are a frequent flyer or a first time traveller, jet lag can make the first days of your journey unfairly difficult. The symptoms are all too familiar; your sleep patterns are all out of sync, you feel fatigued, find it difficult to concrete and even feel sick in your stomach.
Although eliminating jet lag altogether is not yet possible, there are some precautions and steps you can take to minimise the effects.
Gone are the days when people dress up for a flight. Don’t be surprised if the passenger beside you is in his pyjamas.
You don’t need to be all formal when choosing an outfit for air travel. After all, going through an 18-hour flight while wearing tight stockings or shoes is never a good idea.
To help you figure out what to wear on your next flight, here are some tips for a comfortable trip without looking like an overgrown college student.
A long haul flight can be a slow and tiresome way to start an overseas holiday or business trip. And with Australia being located so far away from most major continents, travelling anywhere is almost guaranteed to be a mammoth effort.
Fortunately, Alpha has put together a list of guidelines that will help you through your next long haul flight.
Traveling on your own is probably one of the most fulfilling and exciting things you can do. Sure, doing it for the first time can get scary; you’re somewhere you’ve never been to and you don’t have someone with you in case you get lost.
Once you’ve done it, however, you’ll never forget the high you’ll get for doing something so brave. If you want to do some “soul searching” or you’re planning your next adventure, going on a solo trip can be a refreshing alternative. To help you get started, here are some tips:
Thinking of going to your dream destination on your next holiday but worried about airfare rates? Depending on where you’re going, plane tickets can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars. Add to this your food and accommodation expenses, and you’ve got plenty of saving to do. Fortunately, if you play your cards right, you wont have to spend all your savings on your next trip. Check out the tips below that prove air travel doesn’t have to be expensive.
In one week, you’ll be on your way to that much-needed 5-day vacation. You know what to pack, your flight and airport car parking is booked, and you just can’t wait to soak up some sun and surf the waves of Bondi Beach.
But before you leave for your holiday, don’t forget to make arrangements to keep your house safe while you’re away.
Thieves these days are quite smart and will go to great lengths to get inside a house. If you want peace of mind while on a trip, and don’t want to come home to an empty house, check out these tips:
Your flight getting cancelled is an inconvenience. You instantly lose money and time.
Travel experts and airlines advise being there at the airport early to avoid inconveniences. In case your flight is cancelled, here are some tips to help you deal with a cancellation:
Going on holiday without breaking the bank doesn’t mean you have to go without. In fact, there is a range of great travel destinations for budget-conscious travellers.
Travelling on a budget can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Depending on where you travel and what you want to do, you can find a vast array of adventures. We have put together a list of the best budget-friendly places to travel in 2015.
The airport can be very a stressful place, everyone has somewhere to be and people can sometimes forget about common courtesy.
To save you some stress for the next time you travel, here are some tips of how to keep relaxed and organised during your next trip to the airport.