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Miracle Flights: A Charity On the Rise

The nation’s leading medical flight charity and one of the few services of its kind, Miracle Flights is gaining speed in the most encouraging way possible. Miracle Flights is a nonprofit organization providing free medical air transportation for children, adults and families in need with commercial airlines throughout the United States. With more than 30 […]

Previewing Air Tahiti Nui’s Dreamliner

In an era where air travel has become more challenging and uncomfortable, one of the few pieces of good news is Boeing’s 787-9 Dreamliners are making their way into the fleets of airlines around the world, offering greater comfort and amenities to travelers flying at all price points. Air Tahiti Nui, the leading carrier to […]

Doing Budget Airlines Right

Flying the more than four-hour trip from LAS to PHL was not exactly the highlight of my winter vacation — whether it was the return to reality or the opinions about the airline coming my way, I already had an earful about Spirit Airlines before even boarding the plane. Friends and frequent travelers alike advised […]

Airport Tips for Senior Citizens

by Audrey Lee Sending an elderly loved one into a sometimes chaotic airport can be unnerving. You may begin to question if they will get lost, if they will miss their flight or what will happen if they accidentally fall. Saying goodbye in the main lobby can be worrisome, but, fortunately, some airports offer help to […]

Miracle Flights

With the holiday season approaching, themes of being thankful, generous and charitable seem to infiltrate our daily lives a little more prominently. In keeping with that theme, it seems a fine time to highlight organizations doing exactly that; Miracle Flights is one such company. Operating since 1985, Miracle Flights has provided seriously ill children in […]

Preparing Children for First-Time Air Travel

A lot of information is out there on how to fly with babies and toddlers — keeping them amused during flights, bringing snacks, how to deal with mid-flight tantrums, etc. But few places even mention how you can — and should — prepare your older child ahead of time for flying and for the airport […]