Southwest Airlines, Healthy Travel and Rookie Mistakes
I’m sure you’re all aware of the recent issues with Southwest Airlines Flight 812, which rapidly lost cabin pressured and was forced to make an emergency landing in Yuma after a large hole appeared in the top of the aircraft. Today, we’ll dedicate a small portion of the show to a few of the lesser known details of the flight we found notable. Next, we’ll be joined by road reporter and travel veteran Clayton Whitehead for a discussion on rookie traveler mistakes and tips on traveling healthy. It’s another great day with The Travel Guys, and we’re glad you’re here to join us!
The recent emergency landing in Yuma by Southwest Airlines Flight 812 has made quite a stir in the travel industry in the last few days, and for good reason. After all, it’s not every day that a plane is forced to make an emergency landing after losing cabin pressure at 37,000 feet. Today, we’ll explore how this incident has impacted travel and will continue to do so in the coming weeks. Above all else, we’ll go over what Southwest Airlines and the FAA are doing to ensure this never happens again.
When you spend as much time on the road as we do, it’s important that you pay special attention to keeping yourself as healthy as possible. Today we’ll dive into small tips and tricks you can use to keep the cold at bay during your next vacation!
Rookie Travel Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
We’ve seen them all (and committed more than a few ourselves). Today we’ll walk you through a few of the more common rookie mistakes we see travelers make and how to avoid them. We’ll cover them all: from trip planning to takeoff and safety to comfort.Sacramento365.com, the BEST place to find out what’s going on in Sacramento!