Have You’ve Been Stranded? Airports and Your Best Travel Writing | technikingnet.ga

How many travel writers have been stranded at the airport? Did you get a good night’s sleep? Maybe or maybe not. Being stuck at the airport may be a blessing in disguise. You could do some great travel writing from the airport. More importantly, you’ll have an entertaining travel articles to post on your blog or submit to publishers.

Being stranded at the airport doesn’t have to be a big deal.  Airports are a great place to people watch.  If you’ve been having writer’s block, just observe people and have a great time.  Relax and take it all in.  You’ll probably be able to come up with a couple of angles for your travel articles.

You may think that you can’t produce decent travel writing from an airport, but you can. Just make sure that you don’t fall asleep and have your laptop confiscated (because you weren’t watching your bags). This happened once to someone at an airport. He had to pay $53 to get his laptop back.

Some potential angles for your travel articles:

    * Worst (or Best) Airport bathrooms

    * Most spacious seating areas

    * Best Airports for business travelers

    * Best Airport restaurants

    * Most comfortable sleeping areas

    * Most helpful airport personnel

Even though you may be stuck at an airport, this doesn’t mean you must be lost in transition. Take advantage of the quiet (if you’re lucky) and maintain your travel writing blog. There are websites devoted to rating airport experiences – maybe you could send them a guest post!

Many people get upset when they get stuck in the airport. There’s nothing you can do about it so you may as well make the best of it. You never know, you could write an award winning travel piece! And for some additional advice if you do spend the night, check out the Guide To Sleeping In Airports website.

The Benefits of Flying Business Class | technikingnet.ga

Forget flying coach. Whether you’re a frequent traveler or someone who prefers a little more comfort in the air, consider the benefits of flying business class.

1. You’ll get more without going broke. Flying business class is a good compromise between the cheap price of economy class airfare and the expensive price of flying first class.

2. One of the most welcome benefits of business and first class seating is the extra space. Stretch your legs. Set up your laptop. In business class, you won’t have to worry about the passenger in front of you reclining. They can lean back as far as they’d like without pushing your fold-down tray into your lap. You can also leave your seat without having to disturb other passengers as you squeeze past them since business cabins offer more leg space.

3. On long flights, flying in the business section will keep you comfortable. Unlike the narrow, uncomfortable seats in coach, business seating offers you more options. The seats are wider and recline farther. Some airlines offer flat-bed seats that can recline so far they’re parallel to the floor. Others offer lie-flat seats, which are positioned at an angle.

4. Most airlines allow business travelers to check extra bags or keep an extra carry-on without charging the exorbitant fees that economy class travelers face.

5. Checking in has never been easier. Many airlines offer check-in benefits for business travelers. Forget long waits in unending lines. Depending on the carrier, business seating allows you access to special check-in areas and priority boarding.

It may be more expensive, but the benefits of flying business or first class far outweigh the cost.