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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The airport saw 541,942 passengers in July, 86,362 more than the same month last year, said Nerissa Sugars, Hollywood Burbank‘s manager of air service development, during a meeting of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority on Sept. 23. … [Read more...] about Passenger numbers continue to rise at Hollywood Burbank Airport
According to McCorkle, the Garden spokeswoman, the arena has already begun altering the angle of some seats in the most affected areas in an effort to improve legroom — though some disgruntled fans have called for a return to the old seats or pricing more consistent with the less-than-roomy accommodations. … [Read more...] about At TD Garden, fans are feeling the squeeze
Surfboards can get big, to be sure. Longboards, which may run 9 feet or more, won’t fly with many carriers. But popular shortboards, commonly around 6 feet long, fall within the usual size limits for checked sports equipment. Although wider, they’re about the same length as alpine skis, which many airlines fly for free. Go figure. … [Read more...] about More for Your Money: Flying with a surfboard
The first fact you need to know is that, in recent years, airlines have adopted a policy of making widespread, preemptive cancellations in advance of an actual storm. They rely on weather reports in order to manage their planes and flight personnel more efficiently, to make sure planes and crews are in a position to re-start operations most readily, and to avoid the huge fines they have to pay if they strand you on the tarmac for more than three hours. While this approach occasionally means cancelling flights that could really have operated, for the most part, preemptive cancellations seem to work better. … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?