Travelers love cruising for a number of reasons. The process of getting to the ship when flights are involved: not on the list. Still, fly we must as driving to Barcelona from Orlando is not an option. Port Canaveral: No problem. An embarkation port outside of the United States takes more effort. Still, we can eliminate the lion’s share of inconvenience involved by avoiding any of six flight planning fails, all rather common.
1. Not Enough Time Between Connections- This has become such an issue when booking directly with the cruise line that we have a phrase for that: ”Just because they can book it, does not mean they should”. Quick example of why this is a critical flight planning fail and #1 on our li
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