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How to Stay Sane This Year During Christmas Travel

Christmas Travel - The Early Air Way

Holiday travel can be frustrating enough to make you want to cancel your plans, but luckily you can stay sane during your Christmas travel this year by using a private jet. Long lines, canceled flights, traffic jams, and being stuck together like sardines at every terminal gate is enough to turn even the jolliest person…

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What You Should Know About National Aviation Day

National Aviation Day - The Early Air Way

August 19th is National Aviation Day, and this day is quite important for everyone in the field of aviation, here’s why. There are so many holidays – or designated calendar days – for various things that we can look forward to and make life a bit more fun. For instance… January 15th is National Strawberry…

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6 Things That Will Shape Experiential Travel This Year

Traveling Locally and Culturally - The Early Airway

Travel goes through trends, year after year – so far this year, it is experiential travel. Yet it is changing. These 6 things are currently shaping this latest travel trend. Years ago, families would trek across the country in their station wagon. Then, it became popular to travel abroad to popular tourist destinations. More recently,…

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6 Travel Trends to Look Out for in 2018

There are many ideas for 2018 travel trends. Some believe that families will be taking things back in time and spending vacations road-tripping to national parks and other various domestic destinations. Others believe that it is becoming popular to have a two-for-one when you book your travel. In other words, you hit two destinations, rather…

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Travel Across the Atlantic is About to Change

The vast majority of travelers make plans based on the price of their flights more than comfort. But with new changes from Norwegian Air Shuttle and the US Transportation Department. New approval was granted to Norwegian Air Shuttle to expand Us-Europe flights through an Irish subsidiary. Norwegian Air Shuttle is a no-frills carrier that already…

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You Should Travel by Bike

You take a turn and see a lake unfolding. You can feel the breeze on your face and smell the typical hot air of a tropical summer. There plays a group of monkeys by the water. You quietly stop pedalling to watch over the little ones. Break away from the usual tourist paths. Meet and…

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Jet Charter Owner Approval

  June 2nd, 2015 Written By: Alex M. Early, CEO of The Early Air Way If you’ve chartered private jets in the past, then you’re probably familiar with the term “owner approval required.” For those of you who aren’t familiar however, “owner approval required” is a condition of booking for many (but not all) jet…

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Hotels Connecting with Guests Via Messaging

Hotels are increasingly looking towards building loyalty from their guests by using messaging channels to connect and improve the experience. Upcoming travelers should expect hotels to offer the availability to message the hotel for services through a branded app, Facebook, WhatsApp, or other third party programs. Using the hotel’s own app adds more functionality making…

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Greener Air Travel

US aircraft make up 3% of the national carbon dioxide emissions and only .5% of global carbon dioxide emissions. With an average growth of 5% per year, the aircraft flying from US airports will emit 25% of the world’s remaining allowance for carbon dioxide emissions by the year 2050. If that allowance is breached, global temperatures…

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Hawaii Travel on a Budget

Your guide to experiencing all that paradise has to offer without breaking the bank. Hawaii is one of the most fascinating destinations in the world, but it can be expensive to visit. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways to experience all that Hawaii has to offer on a budget. Here are some of the…

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