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So small, cozy, cute, a very special airport, that was Tegel, not BER: can the finally (nearly) finished Berlin Brandenburg measure up to the "poor but sexy" German capital? At least the cleverly named lounges have an even cleverer backdoor (and, hey... more
Paul tries multiple Italian airports, Alex finally visits the new Istanbul (and flies Turkish for the first time!). The passport blowing border official trick (it doesn't work better than the Super NES cartridge blowing). BA will soon introduce water... more
Combini, tamago sando, Skyliner, vending machines, ekiben, baseball Suica cards, yes we discuss Japan, where Alex was earlier this summer. more
Update on 6/23: Just listened to the GVA episode where you asked how I do my RDU-HND travel. I primarily fly Delta, so I have multiple choices as my connecting point with ATL and DTW being the most logical choices. I usually prefer ATL because Delta offers >10 ATL-RDU flights a day — very helpful in an IRROP situation. The ATL-HND leg is 14 hours so it is pretty long. While we are at it, my RDU-LHR trip usually connects through JFK on DL/VS although AA/BA does offer a nonstop RDU-LHR (My Diamond... more
This podcast is fantastic. Don’t mind that it runs a bit long sometimes, as it only drops once a month or so. Just lots of great aviation nerdery from two people who really know their stuff. Appreciate you!
Hi Paul and Alex, sounds like you guys have slowly come back to traveling in they post Covid era. Same here. I discovered your show ~5 years ago and it has been one of my go-to’s on my long plane rides. I am based in RDU, where half of my team is, while the other half of my team is based in Tokyo and my boss is based in London, so my most frequent travel pattern is RDU-HND and RDU-LHR, plus other destinations mostly in APAC, Europe and US west coast. Since both of you are London based, maybe we ... more
A better late than never review. Long time listener. I save up your great podcast for my long car journeys around the UK for work. Love hearing about not just destinations but the flights as well, being an AV geek. Plus being an avios chaser I enjoy the status and loyalty chats. I have also just started to watch attache travel one YouTube, fantastic videos and amazing quality. Keep up the great work both and I am waiting for the next episode! Craig (aka doorstomanual.expsosure aviation photograp... more
A long time listener, but a rare reviewer, which should illustrate just how highly I think of this podcast. more
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Layovers launched 9 years ago and published 133 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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