202-726-2684

Vacations    My Favorites    Travel News    Resources

 Home    Testimonials    Forms    Bio    Contact Me

Women of Substance Spa Group    Friends of Rebecca Cruise Group

 

Travel News

Getting a Boarding Pass is Getting Easier
Tight airport security is here to stay, but technology and new services are providing shortcuts that may make the trip through the terminal quicker and less painful. American Airlines, Northwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air offer Internet check-in around the clock through Web sites that allow a passenger to print out the boarding pass at home, in the office or at any other place where there is a printer available. United Airlines says it plans to introduce the print-out capability later this year. American says its customers can print out two copies of a pass -- one for the gate agent and one for records or expense account submission -- beginning 12 hours before a flight and up to one hour before departure. Please  Contact Us for specific details.

New USAirways Frequent Flyer Award Program

US Airways announces the launch of a new online award travel tool, exclusively for Dividend Miles members. This new product allows Dividend Miles members to redeem miles online for system wide travel on US Airways. Members can access the new tool through the usairways.com reservations system or by logging into their Dividend Miles accounts. Using a streamlined process similar to purchasing airfare on usairways.com, members can view and select destinations and award travel on US Airways-operated flights. A calendar in the tool highlights only the days on which award seats are available. Upon selecting an itinerary, members can purchase, express buy or hold award reservations for up to three days. Members can choose among all published Dividend Miles awards in any class of service ranging from First Class, Coach Class or Envoy Class, US Airways' transatlantic business class.

Who Has the Widest Airline Seats?

Consumer Reports Travel Letter, in its annual look at seat comfort, has found bad news on that front. It said the widest economy class seats it tracked down were 18 to 18 1/2 inches —a space that is narrower than the average American filing those seats. There was one exception: All seats offered aboard Midwest Express flights are 21 inches wide, it said. The widest economy class seats in other airlines — the ones in the 18-inch range — were found on American’s Boeing 777s and United’s 767s and 777s, it said.

Home | Vacations | My Favorites | Travel News | Resources

Testimonials | Forms | Bio | Contact Me

Copyright 2003-2008 Rebecca Francis. Site Designed by Lisa Beale.

jordan 5 cement tongue jordan 11 low bred cement tongue 5s low bred 11s jordan 11 low bred space jam 5s cement tongue 5s jordan 5 space jam space jam 5s cement tongue 5s space jam 5s jordan 5 cement tongue jordan 5 cement tongue low bred 11s jordan 5 cement tongue jordan 5 space jam low bred 11s jordan 5 space jam jordan 5 cement tongue space jam 5s Jordan retro 11 low citrus 11s low citrus 11s jordan 11 low citrus Jordan retro 11 Jordan retro 11 low bred 13s jordan 5 space jam low bred 13s jordan 11 low citrus Jordan retro 11 Jordan retro 11 jordan 13 low bred low bred 13s jordan 11 low citrus Jordan retro 11 jordan 11 low citrus low bred 13s jordan 5 space jam jordan 13 low bred