Thinking about booking a flight? Wondering what it’s like to fly a particular airline? Want to tag along on an inaugural trip? Check out these videos to see some of the most amazing experiences you can have in the sky!
Watch this American versus Delta video to see which has better Domestic First Class, American Airlines or Delta Air Lines.
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United Airlines Flight Number 154 links remote islands in the Pacific Ocean with the rest of the world. Join me as I explore this crazy flight:
Join me for the first ever passenger flight of Delta Air Lines' flagship A350! The flight from Detroit to Tokyo was incredible and I captured every bit of it on video. Take a look!
Back in October 2018, Singapore Airlines relaunched their service between Singapore and Newark. I had the good fortune to be onboard the first flight! Here's the review of Business Class aboard that historic A350 flight!
On my first trip around the world, I traveled with KLM in Business Class on a 777 from Amsterdam to Cape Town. I repeated that flight in February 2020. Here's the video from that memorable flight:
Getting to a camp in Kenya's Masai Mara isn't as simple as calling up a taxi. Instead, you'll need to organize a flight (or be willing to ride in car on a very bumpy road for a very long time). Here's my experience....
This flight didn't have a lot going for it. I was excited about the destination, though. And the fact that this would be my first and (likely) only trip on an Airbus A310. Oh well. You judge the trip for yourself:
What a trip this was! An outstanding First Class flight onboard Garuda Indonesia's stunning 777-300. This was truly unforgettable. Take a look!
So, is the busiest air route in the world between major financial capitals like London and New York? Or maybe it links two highly-connected cities that just happen to be far apart like Melbourne and Sydney? Or maybe it...