Showing posts from July, 2021


Whether you love or loathe flying, a 6+ hour long-haul flight can be a bit of a daunting challenge without the right preparation. Fortunately, at Flightlayaway, we’re experts and have compiled 16 top travel tips that will get you fully prepared and make any long-haul flight a breeze. 1) Research the airlines beforehand To get a headstart, the first thing you should do is research all the airlines that are flying your chosen route before you buy your ticket. Dig around on the internet to find out things such as the type of entertainment the airline offers, the common meal types that are served, and which airline is the most generous with legroom. Choosing an airline that offers a variety of things to keep you comfortable and entertained will significantly improve your in-flight experience, without you having to do anything extra! 2) Bring backup entertainment The time spent on a long-haul flight creates the perfect opportunity to binge on a TV show you’ve been wanting to watch, read a b


Flight delayed? Long layover? For many, the thought of being stuck in an airport with nothing to do is a worst-case scenario — especially if you’re already suffering from post-travel blues. But, at Flightlayaway , We know that waiting at the airport doesn’t have to be boring. And if you follow our clever time-killing tips, we believe we can turn hours of boredom into something quite fun. Things to do at the airport when your flight is delayed Head to a restaurant or bar One tip that never fails is to head to a restaurant or bar for some food or drinks. Unless you’re flying from a really small airport with hardly any facilities — in general — airports can be pretty good for their selection of places to eat, drink and hang out. People watch You’ll be amazed at how quickly time can go when you people watch. And there’s no place better for it than the airport, where plenty of people pass through each day. Frequent flyer and President of FE&E, L.Burke, told us “I like watching people


Alternative Payment Methods Firstly, did you know that Alternative Airlines is the first and only place that you can use Flightlayaway to buy flights in the US? At Alternative Airlines, we want our customers to have the flexibility to decide when and how they pay for their flights. That’s why we have partnered with Flightlayaway and have given our U.S. customers the option to buy their flight tickets now and pay them back later, in 4 payments over 6 weeks. Repaying the cost of your flight in smaller, more affordable payments makes air travel hassle-free and more achievable for more people. Sounds intriguing, doesn't it? Well, if we’ve got you interested, why not check out our 10 reasons why you should buy flights using Flightlayaway with Alternative Airlines? Why buy flights with Flightlayaway? 1) It’s flexible Not only is Flightlayaway flexible in that it lets you pay in 4, over 6 weeks. It also offers two ways of making payments so that you can select the one that works

The Best and Most Beautiful Castles in Europe | Flightlayaway

Europe has a long and turbulent history, from hard-fought battles to doomed quests and extravagant royals. Used as retreats for kings and queens or a place for government officials to conduct business, the castles that remain are the relics of some of the most defining moments from European history. Have you been dreaming of visiting the best castles in Europe? From mesmerizingly beautiful palaces, fit for a fairytale princesses and chivalrous knights, to dark and haunting fortresses, we’ve put together is a list of the top 6 castles you need to add to your European bucket list. Predjama Castle, Slovenia Perched high on a craggy cliffside, Predjama Castle has a dark and thrilling history—almost as dark as the depths of the caves upon which it was built. Predjama Castle can be found in the region of Inner Carniola, south-central Slovenia, sitting halfway up a 123-meter-high cliff face. Despite its seemingly precarious position, the castle is a stronghold that has been standing s

The Best Water Parks around the World | Flightlayaway

Who doesn’t love a day at a water park? We’ve found some of the most remarkable water parks in the world. From lapping up the waves and plunging down vertical drops or winding around lazy rivers, there are loads of thrills to be found in water parks. We’ve found some of the globe’s wettest and wildest parks and the cool thing is, they’re all suitable for anyone who likes a dip in the water. Spain, Europe Siam Park, Tenerife First opened by the Princess of Thailand, Siam Park truly is royalty among all water parks. The park is Spain’s most amazing water park and possibly the best water park in the world; after all, it has been ranked number one on TripAdvisor over the past four years. The Thai themed water park in Tenerife is one you cannot afford to miss out on. There are 30 breathtaking rides to choose from, many of them so exciting that even the biggest thrill junkie will be pleased when riding them. The park’s most popular ride is the 27 meter high Tower of Power, this ride

Tips for Sleeping On a Plane | Fightlayaway

 The jet airliner is one of mankind’s greatest modern inventions, connecting people and giving us a quick and affordable way to reach parts of the world that we never thought we’d see. But, for all of its brilliance, it’s clear that the people who invented it didn’t put sleep compatibility anywhere near the top of the list of its most important design factors. Although airlines are doing more and more to make its cabins better for those who want to take a rest, getting quality in-flight sleep can still be a tough struggle. Struggle no more! At Flightlayaway , we’ve asked industry experts, frequent flyers and used our own expertise to come up with 16 top tips that’ll have you sleeping (almost) better on the plane than you do in your own bed. 1) Prepare yourself pre-flight Preparing yourself pre-flight is the first step you should take in ensuring that you’ll remain comfortable enough to sleep once in-flight. Former pilot and author of Behind the Flight Deck Door, Brett Manders,