In today’s age of technology, travel has become available to more people than ever before. No longer do you have to visit a travel agent to book a flight or vacation or buy a traditional guidebook to plan your journey in the places you’re going to visit. In fact, now the availability of information is almost overwhelming, and it can sometimes be difficult to know where to turn for the best advice, information and resources to make the most of your trip. We’ve curated this list of 5 flight resources to help inspire your travels and give you some practical guidance when travel planning, booking flights or dealing with airline delays or cancelations. Whether you’re in the savings stage or ready to book that next trip, we hope that at least a few of these resources will help make your travel experience ever better.
AirHelp is an online service that helps you claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation. Yes, flight delays occasionally happen, but you don’t necessarily have to accept them nor the inconveniences they cause. In some cases, if your flight was in the EU, you may be entitled to as much as €600 in compensation if your flight was been delayed, canceled or overbooked. The amount of compensation depends on the distance of your flight. If your flight is delayed for over three hours or your flight’s cancelled, you might be able to get compensated and AirHelp will do the work for you. If AirHelp is able to secure your compensation on your behalf, they will take a portion of your compensation as a fee. If the claim isn’t accepted, you don’t have to pay anything as making the claim itself is free.
We recently used AirHelp to submit a claim for a cancelled flight to France. We know from experience that submitting claims directly through the airline can be a huge pain at times so we were happy to let them do the work for us. If the claim isn’t accepted, you don’t have to pay anything as making the claim itself is free.
You can visit AirHelp to make a claim for your delayed flight.
If you want to find cheap flights out of your area, Kayak Explore has you covered. You can get flights all over the world for excellent prices. For those with some flexibility, you could let the low fares help you decide where to visit next. You can also focus on your destination of choice and explore all of the options available. Either way, you can find a way to get to where you want to be at prices that can be much lower than those found elsewhere.
Get the most from your frequent flyer miles with this innovative online service. With ExpertFlyer you can find flight availability, flight upgrades and awards plus frequent flyer information. The service includes both free versions plus a paid subscription giving you a variety of options when planning your air travel. Finding awards and upgrades is easy with ExpertFlyer’s unique online and mobile tools. You can even start a no risk, free trial to see if the service if right for you.
Dollar Flight Club
We recently learned about another great tool called Dollar Flight Club. By joining you’ll get weekly emails from their flight hacking obsessed team with the cheapest deals on international airfare, like booking $250 round trip fares to Bali. Check it out by signing up for their free trial – click here for more info. By signing up, you’ll get email alerts when flights to your dream destinations are really cheap. Join thousands of members and save over $550 per ticket.
Airport Lounge Access via Priority Pass
Do you travel a lot but hate waiting in the loud and uncomfortable airport before your flight – packed seating, trying to find an outlet to charge and overpaying for food and drink? Check out Priority Pass – a program that gives you lounge access around the world in more than 1,200 airports. They have various pricing options starting at just $99 depending on how much you travel. We never leave home without our membership card and love the unlimited free food, alcoholic drinks, comfortable seating, wi-fi and much more offered by the lounges in nearly any airport around the world.
Note: You can visit AirHelp to make a claim for your delayed flight.