Delta Airlines waives fees for flying with bulky sporting equipments

Delta Airlines waives fees for flying with bulky sporting equipments

As of July 17th, 2019, Delta Airlines would officially allow all of its passengers to check in bulky sporting equipments like ski gear, scuba gear, golf clubs and mountain bikes as part of their luggage allowance. This was announced by the airline on their news release. Based on Delta's baggage policy on its website, most [...]

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ANA just launched new First and Business Class Suites on their 777-300ERs

ANA just launched new First and Business Class Suites on their 777-300ERs

All Nippon Airways or ANA is perhaps the better airline in Japan and one of the best airlines worldwide. I have enjoyed my flights on their aircraft between Tokyo and Sapporo for my ski trips and had a couple of memorable First Class flights with them as well. Today, ANA announced that they are launching [...]

SAS Economy Class on the 737-700 from Stockholm to Åre Östersund

SAS Economy Class on the 737-700 from Stockholm to Åre Östersund

This was my first time every flying onboard SAS (Scandinavian Airline System), which is the prominent airline of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. It is part of Star Alliance and offers some of the most convenient connections throughout Scandinavia. However, for short haul flights, the airline has more or less removed Business Class, and instead sells [...]

SAS Lounge Domestic at Stockholm Arlanda Terminal 4

SAS Lounge Domestic at Stockholm Arlanda Terminal 4

Boarded the 12:50pm Arlanda Express train to the airport, reaching at 1:10pm, which gives me some time for my flight at 2:40pm since it was a domestic flight. After getting my skis out from the left luggage lockers, I proceeded to Terminal 4 for the self check-in counters. Managed to check in a total of [...]