Every year, the week of Thanksgiving and the last two weeks of December are typically airlines’ busiest travel periods. Bonus tip: On Dec. 15, Alaska Airlines guests who wear their festive holiday sweaters to the airport will be able to board early, in honor of National Ugly Holiday Sweater Day. To kick off the busy holiday season, Alaska’s airport employees offer five tips for making your journey as smooth as possible.
Before you head to the airport this holiday season, make sure the gifts you’re packing will make it to your destination with you. 5 gifts better left at home Hoverboards. Battery rankings on these self-balancing devices are unreliable and they’ve been prone to fires – that’s why they’re banned from Alaska Airlines flights. Learn more: Hoverboards cannot fly. Drones. These fun, self-piloting aircraft have been all the rage over the past few years,… Read More
By Marie LeBaron, Make and Takes Marie LeBaron is the editor of Make and Takes, a popular parenting site featuring kids’ crafts, home projects, recipes, parenting tips and more. She lives in Seattle with her family, and loves to travel. Hey, it’s Marie from Make and Takes here and I’m happy to be sharing a fun idea today for families who love to travel! We’re a big traveling family - we love to… Read More