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You can start packing (and saving). Leonard David, Space.com's Space Insider Columnist explains it all: Good news for all you couch potatoes out there: You don't have to be in peak physical condition to make it to space. The vast majority of people who want to fly to suborbital space and back are medically fit to do so, according to researchers at ...


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You can change the frequent flyer number for earning prior to each flight. Make sure you get a new printed boarding pass so that you can send it in if there is a problem crediting the flight. Alternatively, if you don't have status in any of the airline programmes and are not using your frequent flyer number to gain benefits such as lounge access, you can ...


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As far as I'm aware, you can't spread one booking across multiple loyalty programmes. I recently flew from the UK to the US and back flying out on a code-share operated by Virgin and back on Delta. This was a single ticket booked with Delta and the booking page, as I recall, only had one space for one loyalty programme. Both legs of the journey were credited ...


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From here Headphones for onboard use (they’ll need the standard 3.5mm jack).


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Airlines use a database called Timatic to check visa requirements. The timatic entry for the UAE, Visa section, Visa issuance subsection, states: Nationals of India with a normal passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date with a visa issued by the USA which is valid for a minimum of 6 months can obtain a visa on arrival for a ...


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Alaska Mileage Plan and Delta SkyMiles are ending their relationship effective May 1. As Alaska continues their relationship with OneWorld, you options to combine travel are limited. You could go really out of the box and join Air France Flying Blue as Flying Blue continues to be a partner of both Alaska and Delta. However, you may have trouble meeting ...


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There is a way for the next 12 days. Alaska Airlines is not part of any alliance but it has an agreement with Delta that allows you to earn Mileage Plan miles when flying with them. Unfortunately, on April 30, 2017, the agreement will end. Getting a Delta Skymiles membership or any other Skyteam member will get you points for flying with Delta. Alaska ...


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