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We haven't been everywhere, but it's on our list!

Flying Soon and Looking for the Best Airfare?
Then Start at Google Flights!


  • ​Simply type “google flights” into your search bar to get started. Now follow the prompts to find flights.

  • An even easier way is to to type your departure and destination into the search bar. Such as: ATL to CMH. That’s it, hit enter and you will see a list of all flights on all airlines sorted by price! Pure magic.

  • Finding the best flight deals is easy with Google Flights. It lets you quickly compare prices, explore destinations, and book flights.

  • Try it out now. You will never look for a flight any other way.

Google Flights: A Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Open Google Flights in your browser

  1. Open Your Web Browser: Start by opening your preferred web browser (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari).

  2. Visit Google Flights: Go to the Google search engine and type "Google Flights"


Step 2: Enter Your Travel Details

  1. Select Trip Type: Choose whether you want a one-way, round-trip, or multi-city flight.

  2. Enter Departure and Destination Cities: Type in the cities you're flying from and to.

  3. Choose Travel Dates: Click on the date fields to open a calendar and select your departure and return dates.

  4. Add Travelers: Click on the "Travelers" field to specify the number of adults, children, and infants traveling.


Step 3: Find Flights

  1. Click the Search Button: After entering all the necessary details, click the "Search" button.

  2. View Results: Google Flights will display a list of available flights. You can see the airlines, flight times, prices, and any stops.


Step 4: Refine Your Search

  1. Filter Options: Use the filters on the left side of the page to narrow down your options. You can filter by stops, airlines, price, times, and more.

  2. Sort Results: Sort the results by best flights, price, or duration to find the most suitable options for you.


Step 5: Select and Book a Flight

  1. Choose a Flight: Click on the flight that best fits your needs.

  2. Review Details: Check the flight details, including layovers and baggage fees.

  3. Book: Click the "Select" button to be redirected to the airline's website or a travel agency to complete your booking.


Bonuses not to miss!

  • Explore Destinations: Use the "Explore" feature to see various destinations and their prices if you're flexible with your travel plans.

  • Price Alerts: Set up price alerts to receive notifications when flight prices drop for your chosen route.

Looking for a Way to Eat Healthier While Traveling?


Introducing "Healthy Eating on the Go" by ATL Kiwi, Colette Samara.

Geared towards the Keto Diet, this guide offers valuable tips for travelers of all dietary preferences. Inside, you'll find:

  • Strategies for planning meals while on the move

  • Suggestions for nutritious snacks to pack

  • Airport dining recommendations

  • Smart choices to make when eating out

  • Grocery store essentials and shopping lists

Available now on Amazon, grab the Kindle version for convenient access on your phone anytime, anywhere! Click here for a direct link to the book on Amazon.

Athor Colette Samara

If you Need Some Travel Inspiration, Then try this Blog!

Introducing "Travel Tips by Laurie"– a reliable resource for travel enthusiasts. Whether you're seeking inspiration, practical tips, wardrobe advice, or the latest travel updates, Laurie has you covered. Join her on a journey filled with valuable insights and expert advice. Take a look at her travel blog here:

Travel Tips by Laurie

Do You Have PRE-CHECK?


If you are going to be flying and don't have PRE-CHECK then now is the time to get it. It is now cheaper and easier to get than ever. 

Why Pre-check?  Not only are the lines shorter, but they are hassle free. You don't have to take your shoes off, don't have to take your liquids out of your bag, and don't have to remove your laptop. 

How do I get it? Currently you can apply online at:  Follow the instructions, and then comes the best news. Depending on where you live, you can most likely skip the airport interview and  complete the process at your local Staples! In addition, the cost has even been lowered to $78 for 5 years.

So if you don't have pre-check now, then get it before you fly next. It really takes a lot of stress off of getting to the gate. 

Travel Tips from Shirlee Albrecht

Kiwi Travel Tips

     Your smart phone is your friend.  Download AA’s app or that of any airline you are flying on since a lot of airport information will be on the airline app including your Boarding Pass, Gate Changes or even Seat Upgrades!  Do this at home before you leave for the airport.  When your boarding pass comes in…take a screen shot of it so you can keep it live on your phone while in line to board the A/C.  Nothing like getting to the gate reader and you phone has gone dark and you have to enter your passcode etc. to bring up your boarding pass with a line behind you. 


     Using your phone in the airport comes with some risks.  Make sure you have a safe easy place to keep your phone so you can access it easily and don’t have to set the phone down on counters etc. which could lead to leaving your phone behind which could be disastrous.


     If flying out of DFW, AA has a new app that will aid you getting through TSA security using only your phone so you can keep your boarding pass (standby document) and ID securely tucked in your hand carry bag.


     Be flexible and patient when at the airport. Throughout our AA training we were told “to be flexible,” that statement could not be truer today!  


     Take photos of your important travel documents and put them in the notes section of your phone so you can retrieve them quickly if needed.  While the photos are fresh email them to yourself also.  (Documents to take pictures of  are your passport picture page and Covid vaccination card.) 


     Take a photo of your checked suitcase just in case your suitcase is the one that does not make your flight and you are standing in baggage claim when the carousel stops!  A picture can help you and the baggage agent find your bag.


     Whenever possible fly early in the morning.  A little loss of sleep is worth it if it helps make your travel day run smoother.  First flights have a better chance of departing “on time” giving you a better chance of making connections and getting to your final destination.  And always give yourself an extra day for travel if you need to be There for a cruise, wedding, graduation, baptism or (you fill in the blank).


     Trip insurance is a good idea.


Things to bring on the A/C


     Your phone!  You will need it for onboard entertainment but more importantly when you land you will be able to see your connecting gate information and timing. 


     Bring your own headset/Airpods  preferably ones with wires so they don’t fall on the floor (yuk) and more importantly you don’t lose the expensive AirPods.


     F/As always carry a flashlight and so should we.  Flashlights are small and you never know when you have to find something at the bottom of your carry on bag.  You maybe able to count on your phone for a flashlight.


     Wear or take a sweater since A/C can be cold and blankets are a thing of the past.


     Need hand lotion during the flight?  Fill a contact lens case with hand lotion and even face moisturizer to use inflight.  It will not take much space and it will feel good.

Shirlee -

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