Digg have made a cool presentation on how to beat jet lag and why it happens. Click on the drawing below to start going through the slideshow. Enjoy! How To Beat Jet Lag (And Why It Happens) by Digg Fly.com Updates Here are a few ways to stay connected with us: [...]
Los Angeles is known as a summer destination, thanks to its world-famous beaches and palm tree-lined streets. The mere mention of Los Angeles is often enough to evoke visions of summer days spent basking in the sun. What many people don’t realise, however, is that Los Angeles has more to [...]
New York City has something for everyone. No matter if you are a solo traveller exploring the city by yourself, going with your partner on a romantic getaway or visiting the city as a family destination, NYC, with its energy and diversity, caters for all. That’s one of the reasons [...]
Following the recent incidents of Malaysia Airlines planes going missing and being shot down, questions have arisen regarding the safety of air travel. The clever folk at the BBC have collated data from more than 20 years of fatal commercial passenger plane incidents and worked them into a nice infographic [...]
Virgin Atlantic recently announced it would start flying to Detroit from London Heathrow from summer 2015. What do you do when you get there? Our colleague Tyler, born and raised in Detroit (but now a resident of Chicago), gave us a few pointers: Game time Like sport? Well Detroit has [...]
Have you ever been upgraded to first class? It can be bittersweet because once you’ve had the pleasure, it is very difficult to really enjoy flying again… at least until you can afford to pay top dollar. At the end of a 10-hour flight, you shuffle from your seat in [...]
There is an unspoken rivalry amongst well seasoned airline passengers, frequent fliers like business travelers in particular. The competition is not necessarily limited to airline travel, but in the context of this post revolves around who has the most effective routine for getting through airport security effortlessly.