10 Tips for a Long Layover

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As a frequent traveler, few things annoy me more than the tight layovers, which these days can be 35 minutes or less. These short lag times can result in missed flights or lost luggage. On the other side of the coin, a longer layover can occur because of a mechanical issue.

I now look at long layovers as a better guarantee that I will reach my destination safely on time with luggage in hand, and I take the opportunity to step out of my overly busy, frazzled world. You know, to stop and smell the coffee.  [Read more]

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