Since 1996, one of the companies Insurance Services of America (ISA) proudly represents is Seven Corners (originally called Specialty Risk International). The following is an article that they have written, regarding Schengen Visas. We have many clients that require travel insurance in order to obtain the Visa. Find out more, here! Read More »
Do you travel often and are worried if your flight will arrive on time? We have found a wonderful website that has the delay status on some of the worlds busiest airports. Take a look at it! It may come in handy the next time you fly to your next adventure!
TSA agents believe they are the last line of defense against terrorism, and that sometimes you have to break a few metaphorical eggs to keep America safe.
At least that’s the impression Norma Eigles came away with when she was recently screened at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in South Florida. Eigles, who was visiting relatives in Boca Raton, Fla., is 75 years old and has a knee replacement — an unlikely threat to aviation security. Read More »
Tips for Athletes Traveling To An Athletic Event
By: Maile Keone
Sweating and getting your heart pumping on vacation is an amazing opportunity, but it can take special preparation to make it a success. My job requires me to travel, so I’m naturally very particular about my leisure travel planning. I enjoy traveling for a fitness or athletic event because it creates an experience you wouldn’t ordinarily have in that destination. Taking a trip for a fitness or athletic event is different in many ways than a regular getaway, so I’ll share a few of the things I do to make fitness travel great. Read More »
From the US State Department website http://ow.ly/dM3D7
You can’t assume your insurance will go with you when you travel. It’s very important to find out before you leave. You should ask your insurance company two questions: Read More »
NBC’s Today Show shares some tricks to getting travel a travel upgrade.
According to a recent study by the Airlines Reporting Corp., who handles millions of ticketing transactions between the nation’s airlines and travel agents, found that passengers pay the lowest price, nearly 6% below the overall average fare, if they buy six weeks before their flight. Ticket prices begin to significantly increase 7 to 10 days before the day of travel, and can rise nearly 40% above the average price if a passenger buys the ticket on the day of the flight.
Chuck Thackston, managing director of data and analytics for the firm states:
We’re not advising people to purchase tickets only at this time during the cycle as there is no guarantee they will receive the lowest price of the year… It is just that the data indicates we have seen this pattern over the last four years.
If you’re planning an upcoming honeymoon, have you considered the meaning behind your honeymoon? My husband and I considered our own honeymoon the beginning of a beautiful life together. So for friends and family planning their upcoming honeymoons, I think no matter where you choose to go, your destination should be peaceful and enjoyable, surrounding you only with only fun, excitement, and relaxation.
We all have dream honeymoon destinations. Some of you may want to spend your honeymoon enjoying nature and wildlife, while some prefer a more romantic atmosphere filled with nights out on the town exploring local fare, and even some just want a relaxing seaside getaway. I’ve been researching honeymoon destinations for a family member recently and am amazed at the options; here are my top picks based on the type of couple you are: Read More »