10 best economy class seats

Best Economy Class Airline Seats

It’s common to believe that flying in economy class will make your wallet happy, but your legs angry. It seems that every year, the legroom in economy class becomes smaller and smaller. We have found the best economy class airline seats for travelers. These airlines were ranked on seat pitch, seat width, and the in-seat entertainment options.

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How to Keep Warm in the Sydney Winter

Sunglasses, sunblock, and suntans…all things you might expect in abundance when visiting New South Wales’s sizzling capital city. But if you come to Sydney in June or July, you may find the winter–although not freezing–has a different idea. But have no fear! There are plenty of ways to keep warm in New South Wales’ most lively city!

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6 Ways To Truly Enjoy Berlin

No European tour is complete without a trip to Berlin. This modest yet magnificent metropolis represents the fiery spirit behind the powerful German nation, and the damaged heart of a tragically significant history. Read More

Fuel Prices Drop

Airfare Discounts on the Rise as Fuel Prices Drop

We have good news: With oil prices plunging and airline competition increasing, this is the ideal time to book that flight you’ve been thinking about. The large fuel prices drop means airlines now have more leeway to drop prices for consumers. Fuel prices haven’t been this low since 2004 so airlines are taking advantage of the flexibility in consumer prices. Airfares have dropped about 14-15% lower this year in comparison to past years.

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Study Abroad Checklist

Are you the type of person that A. over packs B. has no clue what to pack or C. waits till the last minute to pack? If you relate with any of the options above then this Study Abroad Checklist was made for you.

Venturing off to a new country is an exciting time and the weeks leading up to your departure can be filled with family functions and last minute goodbyes, which leaves no time to think through what to bring. So, we made this list to help you breeze through the stressful packing phase. Read More

How to Deal with Culture Shock while Abroad

Whether it’s for a semester abroad, or a short-term vacation, when you step foot in a new country or city for the first time, there is always a deep feeling of unfamiliarity. This is known as “culture shock” and is experienced by anyone who is suddenly subjected to an unfamiliar culture or way of life. In the blink of an eye, you are thrown into a new environment where life is lived and viewed a bit differently, which can leave you with so many mixed emotions. These emotions are completely normal and I can tell you how to deal with culture shock while you’re abroad. Read More

Millennials and the “Precheck” Program, Upgraded Seats for Non-Elites and Top Travel Destinations 2015

Millennials Aren’t Worried About Security Queues; Just Safety

Over 90 percent of travelers think that airport security lines longer than 10 minutes are unacceptable. To avoid long security lines, 740,000 travelers are now enrolled in the TSA’s “Precheck” program. Travelers deemed as “low risk” that pay $85 and undergo a background check can move through an expedited security screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints. This screening allows passengers to keep their belts, lightweight jackets and shoes on and keep their laptops in their carry on bags while moving through the security screening process. Read More