WOW Air has offered some pretty cheap fares since they started flying to the US. The thing with WOW is that the fare isn’t always what it seems considering the basic price you pay doesn’t really come with much more than your seat on the plane.
Some of the shortest flights in the world include “Loganair’s journey from Westray to Papa Westray in Scotland’s Orkney Islands (which can take as little as 47 seconds), and various five-to-ten minute flights that include LIAT airline’s five-minute flight from St. Kitts to Nevis and Olympic Air’s 10-minute trip from Karpathos to Kasos,” according to Travel + Leisure.
I have my final summer flight coming up in the middle of this week and it will defintely be the shortest trip I’ve ever taken.
With all of my current credit card’s minimum spends reached I applied for a new card last week which I was approved for after calling in! Once that arrives, I’ll be working on earning the bonus. I’m also thinking of applying for the new Chase Sapphire Reserve (like many of you probably are too) when it comes out.
One of the biggest problems with visiting popular attractions is that they’re busy. This is usually the case for good reason. Tourist trap or not, most busy sites are busy because everybody wants to see it…
Ever wish you could have a popular site all to yourself? It sure would be nice to get to see the site uninterrupted. There’d also be no chance of getting photo cock blocked!