Currently fighting for inspiration to keep the theme of a travel blog relevant. For this weeks blog I am going to talk about one of the most important things when it comes to planning and that is if it is a far destination how one plans on getting there. There is multiple airline companies one can choose from but when planning it is always a good idea to compare prices.
According to most comparisons jet blue and american airlines are pretty similar. As two of the bigger vendors of flights for americans they are clearly doing something right. The multiple blogs I read and also trip advisor say that jet blues wait time as not nearly as bad as american airlines. Both air lines offer memberships for flight miles that add up and will assist if you are a frequent flier.
Jet Blue has “True Blue” which is there is no money needed just to sign up and is accessible for frequent and non frequent fliers. It keeps track of miles and you can get money off future flights with more travel money. This is a deal I did not know about until writing this blog.
American Airlines also has reward plans called the AAdvantage card where it is a credit card that earns point for travel. Unlike true blue there is costs for the card but it also has its advantages. Their is multiple different cards you can sign up for.
The point of this weeks blog is too look into a lot more then just a flight ticket because signing up for a free program can benefit in the long run