Electronics Ban

The US government this morning announced a ban on passengers bringing onboard with them any electronic device larger than a smartphone from the following airports with direct service to the United States, Cairo, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, Doha, Amman, Kuwait, Casablanca, Jeddah and Riyadh to take effect in 96 hours. This would cover cameras, laptops ereaders and tablets…medical devices would be permitted. Electronics have to now be in checked baggage. Continue reading Electronics Ban

Airlines cut back on Cuba flights

So a few airlines are now cutting back on or cancelling flights to Cuba as demand hasn’t kept up with capacity. That’s not to say demand hasn’t been high. There has been a large increase in Americans traveling to Cuba, but less than airlines scheduled for. Silver and Frontier are completely cancelling service and American and JetBlue have cut back on capacity. Continue reading Airlines cut back on Cuba flights

Holiday Flights

Just a few words of advice while everyone is trying to get their holiday plans booked. With airfare just a few quick rules to get better prices. 1) The cheapest time to get tickets has already passed, but get your thanksgiving tickets by Halloween and your Christmas tickets by thanksgiving, because after that they’ll go up significantly. 2) if you can, fly on off dates, Christmas Eve, Day, New year’s Eve are the cheapest during the holiday season. 3) Don’t expect last minute deals, it doesn’t happen during the holidays. Continue reading Holiday Flights