Grand Style Airline List

Lots of things happening in sunny (sort of) Phoenix East Valley. Blog entries will be back in a week or two.

In the meantime, check out this "grand" site and a list of comments on airlines compiled a bit ago, but still relevant. Along with some other great travel topics:

What airlines treat big people well?

How can I make traveling on an airplane more comfortable?

Airline tips for large passengers.

What themeparks are comfortable for larger bodies?

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

All great ideas and helpful hints. I haven't flown in 20 years, my husband wants me to fly to the west coast, from Indiana. I fear the humiliation of the attitudes of the airline employees, and my lack of mobility will no doubt cause a problem.

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