Air Travel Archives - My Family Travels
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51 Summer Trip Ideas – Plan Your Perfect Family Vacation

It’s time for our annual roundup of the 51 best family summer trip ideas! Whether you can’t wait to explore a fantastic summer vacation spot -- or you’re concerned about...

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Best Sites for Vacation Packages – Top Travel Deals

We are often asked how to save money with vacation deals, so we are sharing our favorite sites for discount travel booking. We really do use them all. So, we're delighted to unveil...

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Back To School: 5 Essential For College Move-In Tips For Students Flying To Campus

Moving to campus is never easy, and students who have to fly really need my college move-in tips. Not only do we have the standard stress of tracking down room keys, awkwardly...

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Predictability Is The Key to Successful Special Needs Travel

Predictability is the key to every family vacation’s success, not only for special needs travel. In researching

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Air Travel Tips To Ease Family Vacation Hassles

Study these air travel tips because travel by plane, car, train or boat has never been as challenging for families. Plan for under-staffing and over-waiting at every part of your...

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Maximizing Your Layover: Finding Affordable Rooms Near Me

Most air operators define a domestic layover as a period between flight connections of under four hours. When you're connecting to an international service, this period extends...

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How To Get Your Own US Passport & Start Your Adventure

Your U. S. passport is a travel essential for any age traveler because a U.S. citizen's birth certificate does not suffice to cross borders. However, in the past...

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Where to See a Rocket Launch: Top Spots for Space Enthusiasts

The Jumbotron was bellowing “T -6, 5, 4...” when suddenly the sky ahead burst into flames. We were on the shore of Banana Creek, about 4 miles from Cape Canaveral’s Launchpad...

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If you travel to Europe after November 2023, apply for an ETIAS document because the Schengen Zone is implementing new security policiies.
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What Is ETIAS and How Will It Affect Travel to Europe?

The ETIAS program, already partly in effect, affects all those planning to travel to Europe. The

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