Long layover at Heathrow? Here’s how to kill the time

The Pheasant near LHR

Last month, my wife and I got invited to Southeast Asia thanks to Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas and British Airways. We had a dream trip and for those living on the east coast, British Airways is a fantastic way to fly to Asia—especially if you break up your journey like we did: by stopping […]

Travel Video of the Week: Surprise Icelandair Stopover


One of my money-saving tricks I like to apply when flying to Europe is to fly Icelandair via (Reykjavik) Keflavik airport. I also suggest travelers take advantage of their free stopovers and make two trips out of one. Well, after their latest ad (above), I bet a lot more people will do just that. This surprise stopover […]

Top 10 in Travel News: Week of September 24, 2014

Air Canada

THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: Bag fees coming for Air Canada domestic flights to pax traveling on the cheapest economy class Tango fares Spirit raises bag fees for holiday flights Los Cabos Airport Expected to Be Operational by Nov. 25 United offering flight attendants six-figure severance British pair found murdered on Thai resort […]

Earn 30,000 Miles with the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express

Gold SkyMiles

American Express is an advertising partner of JohnnyJet.com, but the opinions and beliefs in this post are those of the author alone, who makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information. For many years, the credit cards in your wallet were seen as a status symbol, but these days, the credit card choices you […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Best Seats on American’s New A321


Best Seats on American’s New A321 I just flew L.A. to Miami on one of AA’s brand-spanking-new A321 planes, which are so new that SeatGuru.com and SeatExpert.com don’t even have them listed yet. As I wrote in this post, it’s a beautiful plane but American put one (or three) too many rows in it, so even […]

Why NOT to Fly on American Airlines’ New A321 Planes

American Airlines New A321 Main Cabin Extra

I’m a fan of American Airlines (AA). They have great customer service, especially on Twitter, and I love the fact that they haven’t gone to the dark side with their frequent flier program by going revenue-based instead of mileage-based (Boo Delta and United). But everyone in the industry knows that that will switch over once […]

Top 10 in Travel News: Week of September 17, 2014


THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK: Marriott to Place Gratitude Envelopes in Hotel Guest Rooms Free In Flight GoGo Wifi & Free In Flight Texting with T-Mobile WestJet to charge some travellers for first checked bag Minnesota Man Films TSA Attempt To Screen Him After He Lands Southwest plans Baltimore-Costa Rica flights Australia […]

Travel Contests: Week of September 17, 2014

Hawaiian Airlines

This week’s travel contests include: Win 140,000 HawaiianMiles plus two-night stays at The Royal Hawaiian AND Moana Surfrider! (JohnnyJet.com contest) Win a copy of Chris Guillebeau’s “The Happiness of Pursuit” (JohnnyJet.com contest) Win a 4-night trip for two to Paris from AMC Theatres Win the 7-day Norway cruise of your choice from Hurigruten Win a cruise for four […]