I think we can agree that this time of year is a major travel season. Whether you are off to a family reunion, going to an extreme sporting venue or just planning to sit on the beach with a good book, chances are you will utilize “the friendly skies” to get to your destination. The Wall Street Journal Guide to Power Travel has all the information you need to ensure your travel excursion is a pleasant one.
The Wall Street Journal Guide to Power Travel, by Scott McCartney (on sale now), is full of important tips and suggestions on everything from how to pack light (my personal challenge) to finding the best fares. Some helpful hints included in the Wall Street Journal Guide to Power Travel are:
- How to get cheap fares, first-class upgrades, and better seats
- How to minimize chances of lost luggage and what to do when baggage doesn’t show up
- How to avoid delays, get around TSA bottlenecks and minimize the chances you’ll get stuck at some distant airport--and what to do if you do get stuck
- How to complain to an airline and get some attention, right down to what to ask for in compensation and how to get the government’s attention
Before you leave for that awesome adventure, pick up a copy and become a true “Power Traveler”. A big shout out to the Prospect Heights Public Library for making the Wall Street Journal Guide to Power Travel one of your staff picks!