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Straighten Up and Fly Right!
     

Straighten Up and Fly Right!

by David Trombley
 
With so many traveling the friendly skies, flying today�s airlines can be exhausting and extremely frustrating. There are so many hidden rules concerning among others baggage, security and purchasing a ticket.

Flying at one time was a pleasurable experience but today it can be a daunting task. This book holds the secrets to flying today. Learn how to get

Overview

With so many traveling the friendly skies, flying today�s airlines can be exhausting and extremely frustrating. There are so many hidden rules concerning among others baggage, security and purchasing a ticket.

Flying at one time was a pleasurable experience but today it can be a daunting task. This book holds the secrets to flying today. Learn how to get the best deals, how to get free travel on an airline (Really) and how to survive a cancelled or delayed flight. Learn the best way to navigate through security quickly and learn how to overcome a difficult travel situation and give yourself a fighting chance at a positive outcome. Learn what to pack in your bags and what not to. Learn the language of the airline, and the tips, tricks other things you should know before you take your first step into the airport. Learn how to send your kids alone on their first trip and how to send your pet. Learn what pilots, flight attendants and customer service agents know and the myths and misconceptions of flying. Within this book you will find the secrets to help you Straighten Up! And Fly Right!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149611607
Publisher:
Light Switch Press
Publication date:
05/13/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

David Trombley has had parallel careers, writing for local magazines, newspapers, video production companies and marketing firms since 1980. In 1986 David started his long association with commercial aviation, starting as a part-time station agent in the smallest airport in Michigan�s Upper Peninsula. He would make his mark in the field of aviation as a corporate trainer, station manager, regional manager and Transportation Security Officer, working in some of the largest airports in the world. He has logged over 3 million air miles and countless flights. These two careers and combine to give an exceptionally insightful, often humorous and informative look at air travel today.

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