travel tips

Johnny Jet - Traveling like a movie star

Episode 1369

This week's website .... Award Hacker. It let's you figure out how to use frequent flyer miles, and what programs work best.

This week's app ... Memrise. How to learn a language while you're playing a game. iOS and Android. Learn five new words a day.

Travel Tip of the week - If there's a weather issue like a snowstorm or volcano, and you can't get through to your airline call center, jump on skype and call the international number. You'll likely be put right through.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1364

Johnny Jet

Travel Deal of the Week: Singapore Airlines is offering round trip from LA to Tokyo for $1900 business class. Hong Kong $592 Coach.

Site of the week: Human trafficking has become a serious issue around the world, with over 24 million living in slavery worldwide. So airlines are starting to train their staff to look for tell tale signs that human trafficking is using airlines to transport children for human trafficking. Check out this website - AirlineAMB.Org.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1358

Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet had to get a last minute ticket to New York when a family member suddenly passed away. So Johnny now suggests keeping some of your miles in a bank just in case you need to fly at the last minute for an emergency. Also, if you want to use your miles for a vacation, plan your vacation at the last minute and fly standby. Often times, that's when you'll get the best deal. What's the best airline for miles? Johnny says it's Alaska Airlines, where you can get one point for one mile flown.

Johnny Jet on Travel

Episode 1352

Johnny Jet

Websites of the week - It will analyze your spending and take money out for savings up to $50 a week. It even offers overdraft protection. Similar to Bank of America's "Keep the Change" initiative. If you avoid buying coffee at Starbucks every day, you can save enough to go on vacation each year. And depending on where you travel, you can travel pretty affordably.

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