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What You Better Know About ID Proof For Domestic Flights

By David Robinson

Valid ID Proof for Domestic Flights Starting January 22, 2018, passengers flying out of nine states may need a passport to get on any flight, domestic or international, per new TSA rules. It’s nice to know that air travel is going to get more complicated. This is a follow-up post for an earlier article  Federal Facilities no […]

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How To Survive A Plane Crash, Things You Should Know When Flying

By David Robinson

A funny thing happened the other day. I was walking out the door, on my way to catch a plane to Kansas City. Suddenly my wife says, –“Be careful “–. Hmm, well, I don’t know about you, but when I’m on a plane, I always leave it up to the pilot to be careful. I […]

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How to Pack a Suit Like an Airline Pilot

By David Robinson

Spring is here and many folks will take a summer vacation soon. Some of you will #travel to spend Memorial Day and The Fourth of July with #family. Once you get to your destination, some of you are going to need a dress suit. What’s the best way to pack a suit? When I see airline pilots in the airport, […]

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Federal Facilities no Longer Accepting Identification from 5 States

By David Robinson

After January 10th, 2016 federal facilities you need identification to enter will no longer accept State IDs from five states. I warned in an earlier post that certain state’s drivers licences might stop working at airports on that date (Click Here). The states are Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Washington, and the territory of American Samoa. You can […]

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Here are the 10 Busiest Airports for Families over Thanksgiving Holiday

By David Robinson

The #Thanksgiving Holiday season is a favorite time for people to get together with #family and it’s always a hectic time to travel. People all over the country will travel during the Holiday season. Some will go far, some not so far. This year, air travel promises to be tougher because of the recent attacks in France. […]

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Fun With the Kids, Destination Chinatown, L.A.

By David Robinson

  One of my favorite places to visit in Los Angeles is Chinatown. With its mysterious shops and  many  restaurants, l always enjoy a trip to Chinatown. I first went there as a child while  on a trip from Kansas City, with my parents. I still remember that I felt like I was in China while […]