Book: Decoding Air Travel - A Guide to Saving on Airfare and Flying in Luxury by Nicholas Kralevcategories: Book, Travel, Aviation, Airfare, Airport, Flying, Airlines
Nicholas Kralevabout this book: Are you frustrated and confused by airfare pricing? Do you know why seats on the same flight come with different price tags? Are you puzzled by the airlines' nickel-and-diming of customers and their never-ending fees?
"Decoding Air Travel: A Guide to Saving on Airfare and Flying in Luxury" will answer all these questions and help you navigate the complex aviation system to your advantage, saving you money and boosting your comfort and convenience. You will learn secrets and insights about the airline industry that executives don't want you to know. You will keep going back to this book every time you book a trip. You will become an educated traveler who is not taken for a ride.
A former foreign correspondent who has flown more than 2 million miles and visited almost 100 countries, the author has practiced what he preaches for years, saving hundreds of dollars on coach tickets and thousands in Business Class. He now teaches his techniques at seminars around the world.
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