Tagged: sacramento

Life on the Road with Sacramento Kings Sportscaster Gary Gerould

On the Sunday, May 19th edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, Boeing says the new software for the 737 MAX is done, they are just waiting on FAA certification.  Would you fly in a Max?  Listen to what Tom says when Mark asks him that question.  FAIRBnB is the new competitor to Airbnb.  It promises to be socially responsible to communities as well and renters and home owners.  Mark thinks they may...

Safety Tips for Your Hotel Stay

On the Easter Sunday (April 21st) edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, United and Expedia are in a p-ssing contest, which could end up with United flights not being available on Expedia’s various platforms.  Sacramento has new air service.  Once a day non-stops to Santa Barbara on Contour Airlines.  When should you reserve your summer travel?  Survey says 5-8 weeks ahead of your flight.  Only one problem.  That’s based on history. ...

Why You Might Fly on a Different Airline than the Airline You Purchased From

On the Sunday, March 31st edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, United Airlines cuts the miles needed for some short distance flights, Wow airlines calls it quits and the Simon and Garfunkel Story may be coming to Broadway. * Airline Code Shares are one of life’s great mysteries. You buy a ticket on one airline, and you fly on another.  How is a traveler to know when this is happening?  Can...

3 Frequent Mistakes Made When Visiting New York City

On the Sunday, November 11th edition of The Travel Guys… * In The Travel News, the Seattle Airport is beginning an experiment which allows 50 people each day to secure gate passes to meet or say goodbye to their loved ones at the gate.  The new program is a trial, and after it ends on Dec. 14th, the airport will decide if the program is made permanent.  The final episode of Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain airs...