Website of the week - Forma Migratoria Múltiple . If you're traveling to Mexico, you can fill out your forms ahead of time and upload them to the Mexican government. Another option is Global Entry. There's also an app called Mobile Passport that will help expedite entry into the country by uploading your official information and bypass the entry line.
Johnny Jet says that it's a good idea to sign up for fare alerts with all your favorite airlines and to use Google Flights to see how often the prices change. Don't buy too far in advance, but don't buy at the last minute either. You usually want to book between 14 and 21 days in advance. You should also look at alternate airports. Often you can save over a hundred dollars or more by going with an alternate airport. Add a stop, too. Sometimes there is a huge difference on a one stop flight, especially if you're flying as a family.
Before Johnny became a world traveler, he was afraid to fly. He got over it. Now there's an app called TurbCast, which can warn you that turbulence is coming before it hits. British Airways also has a course about turbulence that includes simulator time for people to get over their fear of flying.
App of the week - iTranslate Voice. translates in over 40 different languages.
Also Brightly. It's a photo app for brightening up your photos.
Gadget of the week - SkyRoam. Similar to WiFi, but with twice the battery life. 4G/LTE. $8 a day for service. $140 to buy.
Travel Treat - Potato Farm. It's like In and Out fries, but in chip form. Yummy.
Travel Site of the week - Japan has a great service where you can get a guide to take you around Japan. Japan travel site, Japan.Travel (English site), and look for Volunteer Guides. All you need to do is pay their expenses.
Travel App of the Week - Quake Feed. iOS only. Gives you up to date information on the latest earthquake activity. Leo says that there's a new app in BETA called Quake Alert, which can give you an early warning that's about to hit.
Site of the week - Luggage Hero. This helps you find a place to store your bags during a long layover. Other luggage storage services include Nanny Bag and Stasher. More can be found on Johnny Jet's article here.
App of the week - GRAB>. If you're in SouthEast Asia, and you need a ride, Grab is what you need.
Johnny Jet says that United putting a dog in the overhead bin, where the dog died, should not have happened. If you think that a flight attendant is wrong in saying that's OK, you have the right to question it and ask to speak to the pilot. But Leo says that is a good way to get you kicked off the flight.
Johnny Jet is in Miami this week.
App of the week - Golf Now. It's free Android and iOS. Get the best tee times for the best rates. It's like Open Table for Golf courses. It will even act as your caddie and tell you what your best club is at the distance you are.
Website of the week - WhatsHalfway.com. This tells you what is located halfway between you and a friend, so you can meet up.
Website of the week - Heal. $99 to see a doctor who will actually come to you. Johnny has used it four times and has been very impressed with the doctors who come.
Another website - SushiUniversity. Learn everything you need to know about Sushi.
Johnny Jet says that while some airports may have a town name in it, they could be up to 50 miles away. Orlando-Sanford Airport is one such example. It's 50 miles away from Orlando. So you have to be aware that while you may get a deal to fly, you may have to pay more in the long run to travel from the airport to your actual destination. Also, use Google Flights to check and book your flights. They offer tips on how to save on airfare.