What happens when you lock down Americans for the better part of a year?
We are now finding out! Americans are traveling in record numbers, despite the high anxiety and cost caused by pilot shortages, fuel prices, and covid testing/sickness.
Here is our advice, compiled after hearing hundreds of stories from our flying clients.
- Plan Ahead—Does not mean things will not change, but you have a good chance at a good deal
- Stay Flexible—Flying for a graduation means going a day early. Lots of flight changes!
- Wear a Mask—Others may not, but your mask could avoid Covid illness and quarantine or worse
- Bring Cash—I cannot understand people who do not bring cash on a trip. DCS discounts for cash!
- Eat less animal foods—This will reduce your chances of getting sick, and aid your digestion.
- Check your flight status often.
- If possible, do not check bags. If you must check bags, bring a change of clothes and meds in carryon.
- Do not expect everything to go as planned. Make the best of things, and all will be well
We would love to drive you to/from the airport, but we will also drive you anywhere on the east coast!