Seniors Fly Around the World

Aug 26th, 2010 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Many senior citizens look for unusual travel opportunities, and the Internet today makes finding them more accessible.  I recently discovered a super site that can fulfill one of my dreams of flying around the world.  OneWorld.com can help you with those plans.  You must 

  1. travel through up to six continents,
  2. go around the world in either direction and 
  3. fully comply with oneworld Explorer rules. 

The 11 member airlines of the oneworld® alliance share a common goal: to make worldwide travel an easier, more rewarding experience for you.  They offer booking tools to get you started.  The oneworld® alliance member airlines take you to nearly 700 destinations worldwide.

Use their interactive network map to view the oneworld alliance network of direct flights from your location or draw direct or indirect flights between two cities from the oneworld global network. You’ll find it makes travel planning a lot easier!  This is really cool… because you can use this interactive tool to display your access to the world with the oneworld alliance.

Once you have selected a specific routing, you can select to view your flight timetable.

The interactive network map and flight schedules include all oneworld member airlines and their affiliates, as well as non-oneworld codeshare partners. You can even book your own preferred airline.  If you have more questions, go to the oneworld FAQ page.      jeb



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