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5 Best Flight Tracking Apps

5 Best Flight Tracking Apps

Air travel has reached an all-time high. Unfortunately, flight disruptions such as delays, cancellations, and overbooked flights have become the norm for many international air travelers.

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Canada’s New Airline Passenger Rights

Canada’s New Airline Passenger Rights

Air travel has reached an all-time high. Unfortunately, flight disruptions such as delays, cancellations, and overbooked flights have become the norm for many international air travelers.

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Germ Fighter

Worried about germs on that airport or hotel sink? Pack a clothespin or binder clip in your carry-on and use it to prop up your toothbrush so it doesn’t touch anything.

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Confuse Pickpockets

Carry a decoy wallet to protect yourselves from thieves and pickpockets (especially if you stand out like a clueless tourist) and hide your real valuables underneath your clothes.

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Book Flights Cheaper

Many airline sites record visits via cookies on your browser, which means they raise prices on flight you’ve searched before. Switch to ‘New Incognito Window” viewing instead.

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AI Tour Guide

Tours too pricy? Install Google onto your phone and take photos as you explore. Every time you take a pic of something famous, your phone fires back a bunch of interesting info to read.

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Batteries in the Fridge?

Rechargeable batteries retain 90% of their full charge at cold temps. Put them in the fridge with your food and you don’t have to charge them as often.

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TV + Electronics

Forgot or lost the wall plug for your charger? Converter not working? Don’t worry. Most TVs have a USB connector on the side or back. Just plug it in and charge your phone!

Our Favorite Top 10
EU Travel Hacks

Susan Sontag once said, “I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” If you love adventuring, make your next trip to the EU easier and less stressful with these top travel tips.

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Give Up Your Seat

Flight overbooked and your itinerary’s flexible? If you voluntarily give up your seat on an over-sold flight, you could get free drinks, food, travel vouchers or upgrades.

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Packing Cube Versatility

Stuff a small packing cube with soft clothing and use it as a pillow or lower back support. Build an on-the-go first aid kit. Or, create a toy cube per kid for toys, games or books.

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Save Time + Money

Look before you go! Many EU museums offer free entry on certain days (the Louvre is free on the first Sunday of the month. Book entrance tickets online so you don’t have to queue up.

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