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Posts tagged "budget airlines"
avoiding frequent flyer f***-ups

avoiding frequent flyer f***-ups

Marco Polo. Victoria. The Flying Club. Star Alliance. Remember in high school when you joined every club in existence to make your resume look better?If you’re treating frequent flyer memberships with as much attention (or should I say, as little) as you treated Model UN, it’s time to get a handle on the hundreds of...
how to sleep on a plane

how to sleep on a plane

For anyone who has ever had the terrorizing experience of insomnia on a red eye flight, the notion of sleeping on plane might seem laughable.  When your window seat is more like an audition for Cirque du Soleil than a luxurious four-poster bed, call upon our favorite habits and gadgets to ensure that your next...
planning a successful itinerary

planning a successful itinerary

What are you going to do with your infamous study abroad spring break? Or your internship’s precious holiday vacation? RSJ has several tips to make the most of your time off, and avoid becoming fodder for the next episode of The Amazing Race.
is asia the new europe?

is asia the new europe?

While each passing January sees thousands of students flocking from the classrooms of college to the cobblestones of Europe, new economic overhauls and global power shifts may cause a rise in students considering more Eastern locales.
budget airline vs. passenger

budget airline vs. passenger

  Ryanair, EasyJet, and Vueling are certainly cheap enough for building student itineraries.  With diverse destinations, you can easily find your way to your favorite cities.  But budget airlines are not magical business models that run on less money with same quality air service.