McKenzie Ultimate Guide: 89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit

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McKenzie Ultimate Guide: 89 Things To Do As An Airline Employee Before You Quit

Kerwin McKenzie
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This 49,980 words and 358 pages book in a 6x9 format will take you to places you've never been as well as help you to use your airline travel benefits better. Specifically designed for airline employees/staff, their families and friends, this book is also a useful tool for any traveler.

It covers how to access destinations worldwide including Antarctica, giving you step by step directions on how to actually do it. From which airlines serve the destination, to what to do at the destination as well as just unique things that you can do as an airline employee, family member or friend.

Here's what someone said about the book:

"Great resource for the airline employee who has already done all of the "obvious" trips.

Handy market-specific travel tips, and un-obvious destination recommendations from a former employee who lives for the next trip - wherever that may be!" - ex-airline employee.

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Here's the table of contents to give you an idea

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Things to do before you depart

Chapter 2 - Travel Tips

Chapter 3 - The Things

1. Visit an airplane graveyard

2. Take a day trip to beautiful Oahu

3. Visit somewhere different every weekend for a month

4. Fly around the world in a weekend

5. Fly around the Southern Hemisphere

6. Fly around the world only on Airbus A380 operators

7. Fly around the world on one airline brand (almost)

8. Take a weekend trip to see the crystal-clear Caribbean beaches

9. Take a weekend trip to Europe

a. Austria

b. Belgium

c. France

d. Germany

e. The Netherlands

f. United Kingdom

10. Have breakfast or dinner overlooking Kowloon Bay in Hong Kong (check out the Peninsula or Sheraton hotels)

11. Go have some really cheap and good Mexican food in Mexico

12. Visit a few of the famous vineyards around the globe

13. Visit Seoul, South Korea

14. Marvel at some of the wonders of South America

a. The European feel of Buenos Aires, Argentina

b. Colonia, Uruguay

c. Iguacu Falls, Argentina/Brazil/Paraguay

d. Lima, Peru (LIM)

e. Visit Machu Picchu

f. Cuzco, Peru

g. Montevideo, Uruguay

h. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

i. São Paulo, Brazil

j. Visit Uruguay for a few hours

k. Visit the Mitad del Mundo in Quito, Ecuador

l. Have a bottle of Argentinean wine in Argentina

m. Or a bottle of Chilean chardonnay in Chile; how cool is this?

n. Visit the southernmost city in the world

15. View the Sydney Harbour from high atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney

a. Getting There From North America

b. Getting There From Europe

c. Getting There From Asia

d. Getting There From The Middle East

16. Be spontaneous

17. Do you like horse racing and fashionable hats? Then check out the Triple Crown horse-racing events

a. Kentucky Derby

b. The Preakness Stakes

c. Belmont Stakes

18. If you are a tennis fan, watch the four major tennis opens; even if you are not, it is an excuse to visit these fine cities

a. The Australian Tennis Open in Melbourne,

b. Australia (MEL)

c. The French Tennis Open at Roland Garros in Paris (CDG, ORY)

d. Wimbledon in London (LCY, LGW, LHR, LTN, SEN, STN)

e. The U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York (LGA, JFK, ISP, EWR, HPN)

19. Visit Alaska

20. Visit The People's Republic of China

21. Visit Greenland

22. Visit Iceland

23. Visit India

24. Visit Japan

25. Visit Thailand

26. Hike to the inside center of the Great Pyramids of Giza

27. Visit six of the seven continents, as it is a bit difficult to get to Antarctica

28. Visit a lock

a. Miraflores Locks, Panama

b. Seattle

c. Berlin mühlendamm schleuse Berlin

d. Camden Locks, London

e. Castle Lock Nottingham, United Kingdom

29. Visit the Tasmanian devil in Tasmania, Australia

30. Visit the Mexican pyramids

31. Visit the Coliseum of Rome

32. Visit a theme park

33. Visit family and friends unexpectedly

34. Visit a U.S. national monument or memorial that is in a city other than your own

35. Watch a sports game played by your favorite team in another city, just because you can

36. Visit a remote place

37. Take the United Airlines Island Hopper

38. Visit a city within one degree of the equator

39. Snorkel or scuba the Great Barrier Reef in Australia

40. Visit Petra, Jordan

41. Visit all the U.S. Presidential Libraries

42. Visit at least one of the world's tallest structures

43. Visit volcanoes

44. Fly on the world's longest flights

45. Visit the Swedish Lapland

46. Tour the headquarters of the major airplane manufacturers

47. Have a drink at the Ice Bar

48. Hike to the tops of the pyramids of Tikal in Guatemala

49. Visit the 49th parallel between the U.S. and Canada

50. Fly on the world's shortest flight

51. Attend a major airshow

52. Spend a day watching planes land and take off in St. Maarten (SXM)

53. Spend four hours in Las Vegas just for the heck of it

54. See your favorite artist perform in a city other than your home city

55. Take your parents on a special trip somewhere, unexpectedly

56. Decide on a Friday morning where you are going that Friday after work and actually do it

57. Go to a major sporting event

58. Get bumped from a flight

59. Fly an airline other than your own, often

60. Take a trip with your co-workers

61. Enjoy a beer festival or visit a brewery

a. Anheiser-Busch Budweiser Brewery Experience

b. Guinness Storehouse

c. The Heineken Experience

62. Go to at least one of the annual film festivals around the world

63. Take your best friends and family on an "all air tickets paid" trip to an international destination

64. Enter a country by air and exit by another means of transportation or vice versa

65. Take a red-eye flight and go to work that same day

66. Go to a city and party 24 hours, then return home

67. Take a trip and do not stay in a hotel

68. Do something distinctly different because you can as an airline employee

69. Run a marathon or similar race in any city of your choice; especially Marathon, Greece

70. Take a high-speed train

71. Go see the taping of a TV show

72. Go golfing in some of the world's best golf courses

73. Climb or visit the Seven Summits

a. Mount Aconcagua in Argentina [South America]

b. Mount Carstensz in Papua, Indonesia [Asia]

c. Mount Denali in Alaska, U.S. [North America]

d. Mount Elbrus in Russia [Europe]

e. Mount Everest in Nepal [Asia]

f. Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya [Africa]

g. Mount Vinson in Antarctica

74. Ride a camel

75. Take a day trip to a North American City

a. Chicago [Midway (MDW), O'Hare (ORD)]

b. New York City [Islip McArthur (ISP), New York-JFK, LaGuardia (LGA), Newark-Liberty (EWR), White Plains (HPN)]

c. Portland, Oregon (PDX)

d. San Francisco [Oakland (OAK), San Francisco (SFO), San Jose (SJO)]

e. Seattle (SEA)

76. Visit upwards of three countries all during the same day

77. Be in two continents in less than 10 minutes

78. Go shopping in a foreign country

79. Take a swamp boat tour in Louisiana

80. Go to the rodeo

81. Go see a theatre production in a foreign country or city, then return to your domicile

82. Go skiing somewhere cool

83. Fly to the Memphis airport (MEM) just to get barbecue

84. Spend some time at an aviation museum

a. Berlin, Germany (TXL, SXF)

b. Edinburgh, Scotland (EDI)

c. Houston, Texas (HOU, IAH)

d. London, England (LCY, LGW, LHR, LTN, SEN, STN)

e. New York, New York (EWR, HPN, ISP, JFK, LGA)

f. Paris, France (BVA, CDG, ORY)

g. Portland, Oregon (PDX)

h. San Diego, California (SAN)

i. Seattle, Washington (SEA)

j. Washington, D.C. Area (BWI, DCA, IAD)

85. See how many airports you can land at or take off from for one 24-hour period

86. Visit all of the states/provinces/counties in your country by air

87. Visit all the countries in any one continent

88. Visit every country in the world

89. Visit all the commercial airports in the world or at least in your immediate region, say your own country, state, etc.

90. Fly all the different commercial aircraft types in existence

91. Fly all the different airlines in the world.

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