After some reflection, I realized that I have a lot of travel experience. And because of all my travels, I’m certain that I’ve picked up practical and useful tips for traveling. Not that I have been to many unique destinations or anything, but the fact that I tend to fly places more than once or thrice a year has given me many opportunities to do things wrongly and correctly when traveling.
I’m an American Airlines kid. My dad has worked for them ever since I could remember. With much of our family on either coast or elsewhere in the world, it’s nice to have my dad’s flying benefits to be able to visit family. So when I was younger, we frequently flew out to California. And now I have family members up in Canada and on the east coast. Not to mention my family in the Philippines.
Now that I’m older, my personal usage of my dad’s flight benefits is a little more limited, but I’ve also had the opportunities to fly different places for Catholic reasons. I’m particularly thinking of those times I flew out to Washington D.C. for the March for Life and Rio De Janeiro for World Youth Day. Flying pilgrimage-style is a unique experience.
And then there’s my professional career. Being in the aerospace industry, my exposure to the global outreach of such an industry has definitely increased. It seems my current job has sent me to Japan twice now!
Lastly, I have experience and knowledge of commercial airline seats. Particularly in their design, how they work, how they’re made and assembled. A lot of engineering and work goes into an airline seat. But all anyone cares about is how comfortable they aren’t! >_>
Perhaps because of my engineering mindset, I have an appreciation for the practical, particularly when it comes to traveling. Airline travel has been a part of me from the very beginning. And I think it would be cool to share what I’ve learned with you all.
Flight 101 Livery // Kulula