There’s no two ways about it, traveling during the holiday season is rough. Not only are airports and highways busier than ever, but so are you. If you’re planning on spending the holiday season out of town, you now have the added stress of not only packing and making travel arrangements, but also ensuring that all of your holiday gifts are purchased and make it to the appropriate destination.
With this in mind, we asked our in-house travel experts: when heading out of town for the holidays, what’s the best way to ensure that your holiday gifts arrive at the appropriate destination?
Shopping before you go
With so much going on during the holiday season, the last thing many people want to worry about is last minute holiday shopping. For this reason, many people tend to purchase their holiday gifts before they leave town.
While going this route may put your mind at ease, logistically, this may create a bit of a headache during travel. Depending on how many gifts you need to transport, you may pay extra baggage fees due to additional weight — you may even find yourself paying extra for a suitcase reserved solely for gifts! If you do plan on this option, remember, do not wrap your presents until you arrive at your destination, as TSA may need to unwrap them for security purposes. Also, make sure none of your gifts are on the TSA’s list of prohibited items.
Shopping upon arrival
If you have a day or two to squeeze in some shopping and you’re going to an area with plenty of stores (a large city or somewhere in close proximity to shopping), this may be a good option. However, if you’re planning on visiting a tropical island two days before you’re due to exchange gifts, you may find yourself gifting hotel gift shop trinkets to your loved ones. While we all know it’s the thought that counts, the little ones in your family may not be overjoyed to receive a conch shell with googly eyes.
Your best bet?
The TravelPro team agrees: if it’s possible, your best option is to shop for the bulk of your presents online, then have them delivered to your destination. This will allow you to get your shopping done ahead of time, without having to worry about the logistics of getting your gifts from point A to point B. You save yourself the hassle and cost of a heavy suitcase, or even a second suitcase. Everyone gets what they want, and you get to relax and shop on your own time.
Or you could just give gift cards.
- How to Buy Holiday Gifts That Won’t be Regifted (doorinface.com)
- Top Tips to get your Holiday Orders in time (shapeways.com)
- How to buy holiday gifts without losing your mind (katieleigh.wordpress.com)
- Buy This, Not That: Holiday Edition (money.usnews.com)
- 10 Tips for Holiday Shopping 2013 (suddenlyfrugal.com)
It’s no secret that it’s becoming more and more expensive to travel. If you think that airlines are the only ones tacking on additional fees, think again. Thankfully, most of these fees are avoidable. Whether you’re flying, renting a car or staying in a hotel, there are a slew of hidden fees that everyone should be aware of when traveling. After reading USA Today’s article on gotcha fees, we pulled a few of our favorites, add weigh in with our own experiences.
1. Telephone booking fees
Do you prefer to book your flights through a telephone customer service agent? If so, you may be surprised to learn that you’ve been paying extra for this privilege. At $25 per telephone booking through several major airlines, it might cost you more to book a flight than it would to call Ms. Cleo’s psychic hotline.
To avoid this fee, use the same tool you’re using to read this blog post: your computer or your tablet. Visit the airline’s website to purchase your ticket. If you need assistance, you can still call and speak to an agent without incurring a charge, as long as you book your ticket online.
2. Hotel parking fees
Visiting a big city and planning on bringing (or renting) a car? Expect to pay big bucks for hotel parking. Parking in most big cities is already quite expensive, and hotels typically charge even more than the norm. If you must bring a car, do your research. There are plenty of websites you can use to find the cheapest nightly parking rate in the area you’re staying. If you’re renting a car, consider picking up your rental only when you need it, or renting it for the day and returning it at night. Other services like Uber ride sharing service, a taxi, or even public transportation like San Francisco’s BART or Boston’s T are much less expensive and sometimes faster.
3. Car rental insuranceRenting a car? The insurance the car rental agent insists you need can add hundreds of dollars to the cost of your rental. If you already have car insurance, you may not even need this insurance. Call your insurance company to find out if your existing policy covers rentals. Additionally, some credit cards (such as American Express) offers low-cost car rental insurance. Do your research before you book a rental car and avoid the need for this redundant insurance.
4. Resort fees
Surprise. The hotel you’re staying at may not resemble a resort in the traditional sense of the word, but they may still be charging you a resort fee, especially if you’re in a tourist town. These fees generally run about $25 per night, which add up if you staying long enough. The best way to avoid this fee is to simply ask the hotel if there are any additional fees before you book, and negotiate your way out of them. If you wait until checkout, you’re too late.
5. Early check-in fee
If you arrive at your hotel too early, it may cost you. Many hotels charge an early check-in fee for travelers who arrive before the official check-in time, which is usually around 1pm. If you arrive earlier in the day, be sure to ask about any hidden check-in fees before going through the check-in process. Don’t want to sit around the lobby for hours? Most hotels will store your bags for free until your room is ready (don’t forget to tip the bellman though).
What’s the craziest hidden fee you’ve run into when traveling? Share with your fellow travelers in the comments section.
- Do you really need Florida Car Rental Insurance? (insurancefl.wordpress.com)
The perfect holiday gift ideas for relatives and friends who love to travel
As the holiday season quickly approaches, Travelpro and Atlantic Luggage are pleased to announce the “2013 Holiday Gift Guide.” Make this holiday a memorable one with a gift for the business, leisure or adventure traveler, from the innovative Travelpro and Atlantic lines of luggage.
“Whether your family member, friend or work colleague is a frequent business traveler or they are planning for an upcoming vacation, the ’2013 Holiday Gift Guide’ for travelers offers a wide variety of luggage and briefcases that make great gifts for the holidays,” said Scott Applebee, Vice President of Marketing for the Travelpro and Atlantic Luggage brands.This holiday season, Travelpro is proud to present the award-winning Platinum Magna 21″ Expandable Spinner with Suiter. The Platinum Magna line won the “New Product Innovation Award” at the “2013 Travel Goods Association Show”, thanks to Travelpro’s cutting-edge use of consumer research, from blogs, reviews, forums, Twitter and Facebook to hone-in on very specific consumer needs and wants. As a result, Platinum Magna features five new patent-pending technologies, including the unique Duraframe framing system, which lessens luggage weight significantly while providing strong protection from the impacts of travel. Moreover, Platinum Magna luggage always rolls straight with the MagnaTrac 8-wheel Spinner system that includes self-aligning magnetic wheels that eliminate the “drifting” that is common when wheeling other spinner luggage. The ease of travel makes it the ideal gift for travellers accustomed to crowded airports and busy schedules. This elegant piece of luggage is available at retail for $319.99.
Also available this holiday is the Platinum Magna Rolling Tote with Computer Sleeve. The Platinum Magna Rolling Tote is specifically designed for the modern day traveller with a built in business organizer and padded computer sleeve that fits most laptops and tablets. Both Platinum Magna items are backed by Travelpro’s “Worry-Free” lifetime warranty and are available in stylish sienna and black fabric colors. The Platinum Magna Rolling Tote is available at retail for $249.99.
For the frequent business traveler on-the-go, the Travelpro Crew 9 Business Backpack is a smart holiday gift choice. This checkpoint-friendly backpack has four deep pockets for storing laptop computers, tablets, smart phones, cables, folders and other business essentials. Adjustable straps accommodate users of different heights. An elastic quick loop on the back of the bag allows you to attach it over the handle of your Rollaboard luggage when moving through airports. Travelpro backs the Crew 9 collection with a lifetime warranty that covers defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. The Crew 9 Business Backpack retails for $149.99. The backpack is available in black and titanium gray.
Atlantic Luggage is also pleased to announce the Atlantic Lumina 24″ Expandable Hardside Spinner. Complete with a dual-wheeled spinner system and expandable packing compartment, the Lumina 24″ Expandable Hardside Spinner combines superior strength with 360 degrees of mobility. A unique polyurethane finish on the sculpted hardside shell creates a rich, satin texture. Lumina is perfect for this holiday’s chic traveller of all ages. Available in fashionable black, ruby and blue, the 24″ Hardside Spinner model sells at a retail price of $139.99.
This holiday, Atlantic Luggage is also announcing the introduction of the new Atlantic Debut 20″ International Carry-On Upright. Featuring the best of today’s fashion and lightweight design, Debut is available in eye catching pink and turquoise fabric colors. The International carry-on upright is perfect for female teenagers and travelling college students. The Debut 20″ Upright is available for $99.99 at retail.
Another holiday gift sure to please is the Atlantic Luggage Compass Unite 29″ Expandable Spinner. Featuring the revolutionary Link2Go system, two pieces of luggage can connect back to back with Velcro straps so you can easily roll two pieces with one hand. This makes it very convenient and efficient for families with children looking to travel this holiday and beyond. Additionally, customers can receive a $15 mail-in rebate when purchasing two Atlantic Compass Unite Spinner models and a $30 mail-in rebate when purchasing three Atlantic Compass Unite Spinner models. The collection is available in beautiful cobalt blue and black at an affordable price of $159.99
For 25 years, Travelpro International has prided itself on design innovation and durability in crafting the highest quality luggage for travelers worldwide. Since transforming the ease of modern day travel with The Original Rollaboard wheeled luggage, Travelpro has been the brand of choice for flight crews and frequent travelers worldwide. Travelpro is dedicated to building a lifelong relationship with its customers by consistently understanding and exceeding their needs. Travelpro was honored to receive the New Product Innovation Award from the Travel Goods Association (TGA) in March 2013 for the revolutionary Platinum Magna luggage collection.
Since 1919, the Atlantic brand has been synonymous with affordable, value-added and lightweight luggage. As a market leader in the lightweight luggage segment, including neatly designed uprights and spinners to trendy and smart garment bags and totes, all Atlantic branded luggage is of superior quality and durability. Whether for business or pleasure, travel is easier with Atlantic luggage, now part of the Travelpro family of brands.
Please visit the Atlantic Luggage website for a full list of the latest products and retail locations.
If you walk down the street in any major city as the workday is ending, you’ll notice one major trend: backpacks and messenger bags have become a popular replacement for the briefcase. What started as a Gen Y trend has been adopted by professionals of all ages. If you’re still holding onto your hard briefcase (literally), here are four reasons why it’s time to let go and pick up a backpack or messenger bag instead.
1. Better for city commuters
Backpacks, messenger bags and business briefs are a better option for those who get to work by train, bus, or on foot. When you don’t have a car to tote things around in, and you need to fit a number of items into your bag, a hard briefcase can’t hold a laptop, lunch, gym clothes, etc. as easily as a backpack or messenger bag can.
2. Less cumbersome
Let’s face it, a boxy briefcase isn’t the easiest thing to carry. They’re clunky, cumbersome and make it that much more difficult to juggle your smartphone, coffee and morning paper. A backpack or messenger bag can free your hands to send out emails, juggle whatever your boss throws at you, or earn brownie points by holding the door open for colleagues.
3. More fashionable
Overall, workplace attire has become more casual in the last decade (good riddance to the power suit!). Unless you’re in a position that requires more formal attire (lawyer, CEO, etc.) you’ve probably noticed that the vast majority of your colleagues have stopped carrying briefcases in favor of backpacks and messenger bags. As more and more Gen Y employees enter the workforce, this trend will continue to grow.
4. More comfortable
Many people find backpacks to be a more comfortable alternative to briefcases and laptop bags due to the fact that weight is spread over the entire back as opposed to one side of the body. For those who frequently suffer from shoulder pain or experience hand discomfort when carrying a briefcase, a backpack may be a better option.
Many professionals are hesitant to switch over from a briefcase or laptop bag because they fear they’ll look too unprofessional or juvenile carrying one. The truth is, professionals of all levels can pull off a backpack or messenger bag – it’s all about selecting the right style and design.
While younger professionals or those who work in an extremely casual environment can pull off most styles, many professionals should opt for a more structured, well-made design, such as TravelPro’s Business Backpack or Messenger Brief.
Now more than ever before, airlines are looking for new ways to accommodate their passengers’ needs and stay ahead of the competition by coming up with new ways to provide faster, more efficient service. One of the most recent airline trends we’ve begun hearing a lot about is the DIY/self-tag options for luggage, and Edinburgh Airport has recently become the first in the UK to offer such a service.
In an effort to provide a more efficient and stress-free experience for fliers, Edinburgh Airport’s new SONIC Common Use Bag Drop technology enables passengers to print their own luggage tag, weigh their bags and send them off to the appropriate location. So far, the program seems to be living up to expectations – in fact, according to some of the articles we’ve seen, the SONIC system has cut the baggage check-in process down to under 30 seconds. The system is being run by Flybe and easyJet airlines.
David Wilson, chief operating officer at Edinburgh Airport recently said in an article on FutureTravelExperience.com, “We are very excited to have introduced this ground-breaking technology to help improve our passengers’ experience when they travel with us. We know that time is of the essence when checking in and we want to make this process as quick and stress-free as possible.”
Flybe and easyJet aren’t the only UK-based airlines to hop on the DIY baggage trend. British Airways recently announced that they will begin testing on electronic bag tags in order to speed up both flight check-in and luggage drop-off times. If the Self-Tag program and other self-serve programs like it continue to be well-received, we anticipate that many other airlines will begin to roll out similar programs.
- Edinburgh Airport terminal set for major expansion (scotsman.com)
- Edinburgh airport sees millioneth passenger in month (scotsman.com)
- Lug it or leave it: Baggage drop goes DIY (cnn.com)
When it comes to your travel “bucket list,” there’s one thing that everyone should try at least once in their lifetime: travel by train.
There’s a common misconception that train travel is boring and downright “old-fashioned” — after all, many people would argue that airplanes were invented for the sole purpose of replacing travel by train. The truth is, train travel is making a comeback, and if you haven’t done so yet, we encourage you to jump on the
bandwagon railroad car at least once.
Here are eight great reasons why you should take a trip by train:
1. You can stop and smell the roses
While some people simply adore air travel, others find it extremely stressful. The long lines, massive crowds, the “race-against-the-clock” atmosphere or the threat of being trapped in the airport on a long flight delay can be downright anxiety-inducing for some. A relaxing train ride is not only a great option for those that dislike air travel, it’s also a great way to simply relax and enjoy the journey.
2. It’s easier (and more comfortable!) than driving
Train travel has all of the benefits that the good old American road trip does, and then some. Unlike driving, however, you don’t have to stare at mile after mile of boring highway. You can actually get up and walk around. Oh, and if your family starts bickering? You can go hide in another car.
3. It’s a great way to see the country
Sure, air travel will get you to your destination faster, but why not enjoy the view for once? Whether you’re traveling from coast to coast or just a few states away, the beautiful and unique sights you’ll see from a train window will give you a whole new appreciation for this country.
4. You can make stops
Unless you’re planning on parachuting, air travel has one major disadvantage: you can’t make pitstops along the way. Going from New York to Miami? Why not stop in Washington DC, the beaches of North Carolina, or Savannah, Georgia along the way for a little sightseeing?
5. You can increase your travel cred
Sure, you may not be getting off the train in each state, but if you’re traveling by train, you can definitely add those states to the laundry list of states you’ve visited. You’re hereby granted permission.
6. It’s great for families
Travel by train is thrilling for kids of all ages. Not only will your little ones adore the experience, but it’s also a great way to squeeze some learning into your vacation. If you’ve got a child who loves Thomas the Tank Engine, they’ll get a thrill out of a train trip!
7. It’s a great way to meet people
Train travel is a great option for solo travelers, especially when in other countries. Need proof? Watch Before Sunrise… and then go book your train ticket.
8. Upgrades are affordable
For the average traveler, airline upgrades are simply impossible to afford. When planning a trip by train, you’ll be pleased to discover that first class upgrades are actually quite affordable. You can spring for that private sleeping cabin, and it won’t break the bank.
These are just a few of the many reasons why we suggest everyone take a trip by train at least once in their lifetime. Whether you’re traveling within the US or planning the trip-of-a-lifetime abroad, you’ll likely find that train travel isn’t just relaxing, it’s also quite memorable.
If your son or daughter is heading off/back to college this fall, you’ve likely spent the last few months in full-on preparation mode stocking up on everything from dorm décor to economy-size packages of Ramen noodles.
Before you send your college-bound kid packing, make sure they have a sturdy bag to last throughout their college years… unless you’re OK with the whole “garbage bag as luggage” deal. They’ll need something they can haul around for a trip home, for travel overseas, Spring Break, or even a weekend away.
Assuming you’re not, here are four great travel gear options for your college student:
Great for: All years
Messenger bags are a hot item right now. Not only are they trendy, but they’re also quite versatile in both form and function. A good messenger bag can do the job of a backpack and laptop bag — and because they’re also popular for young professionals, this style of bag can be used well past your student’s college years.
Great for: All years
Backpacks will never go out of style, but a cheap backpack can (and will) go out of commission. Instead of buying a new backpack for your college student every year, invest in a well-made one that will hold up from the first day of college through graduation day. Many well-made backpacks have some pretty neat features, such as iPod earphone ports and padded compartments to keep laptops or tablets safe. Plus we’re seeing these enter the workforce as more college grads continue to carry them, so we think backpacks may be the new business luggage du jour one day.
Great for: Seniors
Your son or daughter’s senior year in college will quite possibly be one of the busiest years of their life. On top of endless schoolwork, many students spend the last few months of their college career traveling to job interviews in other cities. A nice rolling bag will come in handy for them as they transition from student to young professional. The Travelpro 20″ Rollaboard features a padded pocket for a laptop or tablet and an efficient business organizer. A roomy compartment for clothing and personal belongings make this a great option for both trips to job interviews as well as long-awaited weekend trips home.
30″ Rolling Duffel
Great for: Freshmen
As we all know, dorm rooms are small and storage space is limited, so your new student will need luggage that can play double-duty. Rolling duffel bags are a great option for this reason. These bags are versatile and transition easily from a casual duffel bag for weekend trips home or camping excursions, to sturdy rolling luggage for spring break vacations. A sturdy rolling duffel bag is an essential item that your college freshman will be able to use all the way through their senior year.
While these bags are great options for college-bound kids, they work well for travelers of all ages. After all, why should your kids have all the fun?! Now that your son or daughter is packing up and leaving, you may want to do some traveling of your own…
Travelpro Announces “Win a Trip to Hollywood Sweepstakes” in Celebration of Fox Searchlight Pictures Upcoming Film, “Baggage Claim”
Travelpro, the original inventor of Rollaboard luggage and a leader in innovative, high-quality luggage design, is proud to announce its “Win A Trip to Hollywood” sweepstakes in celebration of the upcoming Fox Searchlight Pictures romantic-comedy, “Baggage Claim,” directed by David E. Talbert.
“Baggage Claim” follows determined flight attendant, Montana Moore (Paula Patton), who pledges to get engaged before her youngest sister’s upcoming wedding. Finding herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right, Montana uses her airline connections to “accidentally” meet up with eligible ex-boyfriends and scour for potential candidates. She racks up more than 30,000 miles and countless comedic encounters, all the while searching for the perfect guy.
Written and directed by David E. Talbert, based on his book, and produced by Steven J. Wolfe and David E. Talbert, the film also stars Derek Luke, Taye Diggs, Jill Scott, Boris Kodjoe, Adam Brody and Djimon Hounsou. Be sure to keep a lookout for Travelpro Luggage when “Baggage Claim” comes to a theatre near you on September 27th, 2013. To learn more about the film and see the trailer, go to the Fox Searchlight website.
“For twenty five years, Travelpro has been the brand of choice for flight crews and frequent travellers worldwide,” said Scott Applebee, Travelpro International’s Vice President of Marketing. “We are honored to take part in a film that includes air travel and the flight crews that make it possible.”
In commemoration of the film, “Baggage Claim”, Travelpro is hosting the “Win a Trip to Hollywood Sweepstakes.” The sweepstakes offers an exciting grand prize package provided by Delta Vacations, which includes:
- Two economy class, round trip tickets to Los Angeles from a major city in the United States or Canada
- Three nights hotel accommodations in Los Angeles
- Car rental
- Two Hollywood tour packages
- Travelpro will also provide two Travelpro carry-on suitcases as part of the prize package.
The sweepstakes runs from August 26 through September 27. To enter, simply register at the contest site, TravelproBaggageClaim.com. Visit this same site to view the complete sweepstakes official rules. No purchase is required to enter the sweepstakes.
Travelpro International’s “Baggage Claim” promotional and product placement deal was developed by LINK Entertainment Marketing, the leader in connecting brands with the emotional engagement delivered through the power and storytelling of entertainment.
For twenty five years, Travelpro International has prided itself on design innovation and durability in crafting the highest quality luggage for travellers worldwide. Since transforming the ease of modern day travel with The Original Rollaboard wheeled luggage, Travelpro has been the brand of choice for flight crews and frequent travelers worldwide. Travelpro is dedicated to building a lifelong relationship with its customers by consistently understanding and exceeding their needs. Travelpro was honored to receive the New Product Innovation Award from the Travel Goods Association (TGA) in March 2013 for the revolutionary Platinum Magna™ luggage collection.
Not too long ago, the airline industry was struggling to keep its head above water. In the last decade alone, over a dozen airlines have filed bankruptcy, while others (such as American Airlines) opted to take drastic cost-cutting measures. Within the last five years, however, the majority of US-based airlines have found one simple way to increase their profit margin – and the numbers will shock you.
If you’ve flown anywhere within the last few years, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that it’s become increasingly difficult to avoid getting hit with additional fees. This phenomenon began in 2008, when American Airlines found themselves struggling with rising oil prices. Their solution: instead of raising ticket prices, they decided to start charging an additional fee for checked baggage. Within months, other domestic airlines followed suit and today, checked baggage fees have become the norm. Today, most US-based airlines charge about $25 per checked bag (or $50 round trip).
This year alone, the global airline industry is expected to clear a profit of $1.27 billion. If you think that sounds pretty high, you’re right — in fact, that’s a 67% increase from 2012.
Interestingly, this number has little to do with an increase in ticket sales; instead, it has a lot to do with fees. In fact, additional fees (such as baggage fees and penalties for changing flight times) account for $36 billion last year alone, and according to the International Air Transport Association, that number is expected to “grow significantly” this year.
But does that increase in global revenue really impact individual airlines? Yes, and you may be surprised as to what degree. Take US Airways for example. In 2007, they raked in $27.7 million in baggage fees alone. In 2012, they raked in $516.2 million, resulting in a whopping 1761% increase. Frontier Airlines has had similarly impressive results. They saw a 1419.6% increase in revenue from baggage fees between 2007 and 2012. Out of all major US-based airlines, Delta Air Lines raked in the most revenue from baggage fees — a cool $865.9 million in 2012 alone.
Airlines around the world have begun to take note of these numbers and are beginning to charge additional fees as well. Between 2011 and 2012, UK-based airlines raised their baggage fees by as much as 67%, which, as the (London) Daily Telegraph points out, is 24 times the rate of inflation. In addition, many UK-based airlines have begun to increase other fees – for example, several airlines opted to raise the fee for traveling with an infant.
No matter where you live, one thing’s for certain: “budget flights” may certainly become a thing of the past, so you need to get used to paying fees, or finding ways around them.
If you’ve flown American Airlines out of a larger U.S. city recently, you may noticed that something has changed about the check-in process: passengers are now able to tag their own baggage.
The aptly named “Self-Tag” program (which was initially tested in Austin, Texas late last year) works in conjunction with American Airlines’ current self-check-in kiosks.
Now, in addition to using self-serve kiosks to check into their flight, you can also identify the number of bags you want to check and print baggage tags and claim tickets along with your boarding pass and receipts.
American Airlines hopes that the Self-Tag system will free up more agents to work with travelers, but to also speed up the check-in process. In addition, agents will be available during check-in to lend assistance, and passengers who want to check their baggage the traditional way may still do so.
In a statement, American’s Vice President at Miami International Airport Marilyn DeVoe said, “Self-tagging brings us one step closer to a modernized, efficient new American by offering our customers more choices along their journey and more ways to customize their travel experience.”
American Airlines passengers can test out the new Self-Tag system at the following airports:
- Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS)
- Orlando International Airport (MCO)
- Reagan National Airport (DCA)
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
- Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
- Denver International Airport (DEN)
- Miami International Airport (MIA)
American Airlines isn’t the only airline to offer this service – in fact the “DIY Baggage” trend has already been adopted by other major airlines, including WestJet and Alaska Airlines. So far, it appears to have worked quite well – American Airlines reports that the new system has been shown to speed up check-in times by roughly 55%.
If the Self-Tag program and other self-serve programs like it continue to be well-received, we anticipate that many other airlines will begin to roll out similar programs. Now that the flight and baggage check-in process has become self-service, we’re curious to see what other self-serve options airlines will introduce in the near future.
- British Airways Announces New Electronic Baggage Tags (tomshardware.com)
- Baggage Fees Turn Five Years Old; Passengers Turn Blase (wnyc.org)
- Self-Service at Airports Tag, You’re It (sealtagscn.wordpress.com)