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Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1283

Johnny Jet is cruising in Portugal with his wife on the new Viking Sea. Large rooms. Great WiFi. This week's travel tip is to fly with JetSuite. It's a private jet charter service that will cost you as low as $109. And it flies out of local FBOs on the airport from Los Angeles and San Jose. They also fly to Las Vegas and will go to Bozeman, MT. Leo says it's Uber for Jets. They've also partnered with Jet Blue to earn miles.

Website - RoutePerfect. It will help you plan the perfect tip.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1281

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet and his wife traveled back to the US, and now his wife has a green card to stay in the US for as long as she wants. Which is important because she's going to have a baby!

Website for people who have mobility difficulties - ACComable. It's a listing of hotels, AirBnBs, canal boats, and other travel options that accomodate those with mobility issues.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1277

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet says that airlines have been charging too much for multi city trips. He suggests paying for one way tickets to and from, because you'll save a bunch. At least price it out that way. Some cities are cheaper to fly round trip, so the message is to try different ways before you buy. Check Google Flights because they make it super easy to check different ways to book your flight.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1273

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet was about 60 miles away from the Belgium attacks this week, but he says that terrorism shouldn't deter anyone from traveling. It only means that the thugs win if we do. If anything, we should travel more. Tip - Always use the bathroom on the terminal side of security. That way anyone in there has been searched.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1267

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet is preparing to go on a river cruise. River cruising is very slow and casual. Nice and relaxing. You don't have to worry about seasickness, either. The Wi-Fi is great and dining is casual.

New website: Cheap Air. They have a tool called When to Buy Flights. It searches 1.5 billion flights to show when the highs and lows are for buying flights. Johnny says that always analyzing and flexibility is key. Avoid prime time and holidays.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1265

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet had to fly sick this week coming back Washington DC. He tried to change his ticket and the airlines said that he'd have to pay nearly $1,000 to rebook. This is why he has an annual flight insurance policy, so that if he has to miss his flight, he'd be covered. It costs him $440 a year and it covers hotels, doctor visits, etc. It's well worth it if you travel a lot. But you need to read the fine print to be sure it gives you a cancel anytime option.