The flying experience can be so much more then getting from point A to point B. With so many complications arising and service levels eroding generally, many people feel more like they’re boarding a flying bus than the upscale experience of my father’s age of flying. I wanted to share the story of a day where travel plans went awry, and yet it turned out to be a great day for a number of reasons. The story also includes a flight crew that made our day extra special in […]
Kids bring an incredible amount of joy to our lives. I never saw it coming, and I couldn’t be happier showing my kids the world. Every once in a while, we see life through their eyes and it can be equal parts embarrassing and hilarious. That’s this story.
It’s not quite the Southwest Airlines companion pass. But, with last-seat availability and a permanent place in Discount Den benefits, Kids Fly Free is shaping up to be pretty good news for families.
Frontier Airlines already has some pretty ridiculous prices on airline tickets. Discount Den membership is another way to maximize those savings. And, with their new “Kids Fly Free” promo, you can save even more!
Southwest really wanted to make a splash, and they sure did. I’ve got a blog post breaking down why this is a great offer for families as well as a podcast episode where Jen (our resident Southwest expert) and I dig in to it including how to keep the companion pass for 2020.
Am I insane enough to fly my family to Singapore just to see an airport? I just might be. Who am I kidding? If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you know I’m exactly that insane.
Miles and points play a huge role in how my children view the world. Before my wife and I started dating, she’d never been North of the Mason-Dixon line. Now, she’s visited numerous places she only dreamed were possible. Similarly, our children have been lucky enough to visit places they thought they could only read about in books. A few years ago we visited Salzburg so my daughter could spend time with a close friend from school. The girl’s family had moved away due to her father’s job. My daughter […]
It’s amazing how time flies. I looked up and realized it’s late July and I never got around to posting pictures of my May month in travel. Even though it’s late July I did want to post pictures from June since it represented fun time with my family as our summer travel got under way. If you enjoy this post, take a peek at the last few I’ve published: April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 Here’s What June Looked Like For The Pizza Family: You can also read my thoughts […]