Cheapest Flight Days This Summer, Delta Families Sit Together, Do Your Job in Another Country

The Park at OWA Gulf Shores State Beach Lee Timothy Scarlett
At the beach with Timothy and Scarlett
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Welcome to The Morning Shave. We read a ton of travel articles each day for our personal research and to share the best travel tips and tricks with you. Here are the articles for Saturday, April 16, 2022, that we think you should read.

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6 Things Tourists Should Never Do in Major Cities. – As we all start traveling more again, these are simple steps to make your experience better. And it respects the locals that live there and have their daily lives to focus on as we enjoy their city as guests.

How Delta Makes It Easier for Families to Sit Together. – While some airlines make it hard for families to fly, Delta recognized an opportunity to differentiate themselves to earn more family travel dollars. It’s a basic concept that all airlines should adopt, but I doubt they all will. Who really wants to sit next to somebody else’s kid for 3+ hours anyway?

Delta Boeing 767-400ER
Boeing 767-400ER. Photo courtesy of Delta Air Lines.

This Calculator Shows How Much You Could Earn Doing Your Job in Another Country. – Many of us have jobs that are location-independent. If you’ve thought about living someplace else to take advantage of “location arbitrage,” here’s how far your money could go in different countries around the world. Who knows, you could be packing your bags and headed someplace new.

No one weeps for the talls, I get it: But in air travel’s legroom wars, we suffer. – At 5’8″, I’m not the tallest guy and even I get cramped in today’s Economy seating on most airlines. As much as I wish that I was taller, when I think about Economy legroom, I’m pretty happy being my height. Being tall has its advantages, but when it comes to flying, you’re either cramped or left to pay more for extra legroom seats (bulkhead, Biz/First, exit row).

These Are the Cheapest Days to Fly This Summer. – If you’re looking to travel this summer (and a recent study showed 81% are), then this article is for you. While I tend to book most flights using miles and points, more and more airlines are using revenue-based redemptions. Start booking your travel now to take advantage of low-fare days and start making some awesome memories with family and friends.

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  1. Since I’m 6’4″, the tall people on planes article resonated pretty heavily with me. I think the solution the guy suggests is pretty sensible.


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