Osprey’s Talon 22 Pack Backpacks are popular solutions to the Spirit baggage limit since they’re virtually guaranteed to fit under the seat in front of you. Try an option that comes in both women’s and men’s versions so you can pack a lot and still comfortably carry it through the airport thanks to specialized harness and hip-belt supports. Osprey’s Talon 22 Pack is 18 x 11 x 11 inches of super organized packing power with lightweight construction so you can carry more. Its depth is slightly over the Spirit baggage limit—but it’ll fit under the seat in front of you just fine. … [Read more...] about 10 Best Personal Items for Spirit Airlines’ Baggage Limit
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Dining in the Cameron Highlands Then again, the level of activity in Tanah Rata and Brinchang is advantageous in other senses. You can eat a super-early breakfast at the various “Mama” restaurants there, which serve Halal Muslim food that’s incredibly delicious. There are also plenty of taxis to be found, which as I mentioned is absolutely key since you’ll need a car to get around otherwise. You might not expect to discover gastronomy as you plot Cameron Highlands travel, but it can quickly become a key element. … [Read more...] about Malaysia’s Magical Cameron Highlands for Tea
8. PRINCESS JULIANA AIRPORT, ST MAARTEN The notorious Princess Juliana Airport on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin is famous around the world for its low landings over the ocean, owing to one end of its single 7,546 ft (2,300 m) long runway being extremely close to the shore. The proximity of Maho Beach to the runway has made the airport one of the world’s most favorite places for a perfect Instagram shot, as the landing jets appear to be just feet above the heads of the public just before touchdown while takeoff creates huge gusts of wind and sand for sunbathers. It’s not without danger though: in 2017 a New Zealand woman died from injuries sustained by jet blast from a departing aircraft. … [Read more...] about Top 10 most dangerous airports in the world
If you plan to fly with your favorite board to catch gnarly surf, get ready for a wild ride — financially, that is. Many airlines charge $100 or more each way to take surfboards as checked baggage. A few charge nothing. So check it out before you check it in. … [Read more...] about More for Your Money: Flying with a surfboard
Fare type requirements: Most lines do guarantee a replacement seat without any fare difference, but not always. It’s not unheard of for an airline to require that replacement seats must be available in the same “inventory,” meaning that if your original fare was in one of the lowest fare categories, you have to find a replacement seat in the same low-fare category—which could be impossible over a busy holiday period—even if higher-fare seats are available. … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?