Best Times to Travel
Groups of travelers have been there, and done that in recent memory. As one plane lands at the airport an anxious family awaits its destination with children running and squawking, and mothers with toddlers crying and little one screaming for her mommy. The airport can safely handle large numbers of traveler traffic during the summer months. However, what happens when a smaller plane lands? And what does it do with those who get off and are not prepared to wait their turn for the bathroom, or even get back into the air after being checked in?
Chris Stanfill has seen this scenario play out time again as he has flown to and from Los Angeles and Sacramento airports for his work in the entertainment industry. As a result, he has developed a travelogger program which is available to any US traveller interested in allowing him to analyze their needs in their own words. The resulting traveler survey, which is available on the website, details numerous problems encountered by both passengers and airlines in scheduling their flights. It also details numerous solutions which have been trialled and found to be successful.
So what is a good traveller’s guide to help travellers avoid the dilemmas they may encounter when travelling? The Traveller’s Bible by Chris Stanfill. The book provides detailed information on the best times to travel, detailed airport maps, detailed hotel traveller information, and even tips on how to keep stress levels low while travelling. In a nutshell, this is a handy, enjoyable, and informative read for travellers. Anyone travelling, whether they are flying in from Canada or abroad and arriving in the USA, UK or Australia will be able to make the most of the advice given in this handy travelog.