1800-475-9633
info@skymed.com

Author Archives: Lydia Gregory

Tips for Traveling with Pets

Posted on

Thinking about heading out on the road with your favorite four-legged friend? Whether it’s by plane, automobile or even cruise (as of press time, Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 is the only one that welcomes pets), a little planning and preparation can help ease the stress when traveling with pets. Book Ahead Whether you’re planning on […]


How to Deal With Lost Luggage

Posted on

  There you are, standing at baggage claim, watching everyone pluck bags off the carousel until… You’re the only one left standing, no bag in sight. After you regain your composure, your first stop needs to be the airline’s lost baggage office, which should be conveniently located somewhere in baggage claim. In fact, don’t even […]


High Anxiety: How to Stay Healthy When You Fly

Posted on

Planes and airports can be tough on your body in more ways than one, but with a little pre-planning you can sidestep the worst of it and stay healthy when you fly. Pat-downs vs. scanners Every so often the topic of overexposure to radiation courtesy of airport scanners will come up, especially concerning frequent flyers. […]


Preparing for a Medical Emergency When You Travel

Posted on

“Safe travels!” is our favorite sign off. Truth is, though the world at large isn’t out to get you, you do need to make some provisions for an unexpected medical emergency when you travel. More often than not you’ll come home safe and sound, but all it takes is that one time to make you […]


Tips For Flying With Kids

Posted on

Holidays, summer, spring break… Every few months there’s an opportunity to pack up the kids and head to the airport. If you’re dreading the thought of a few hours aloft with a fidgety brood, these travel tips can help. Never fear, a little planning and preparation go a long way. Give yourself time. No one […]


Travel Insurance: What Are Your Alternatives?

Posted on

There are different types of travel insurance policies and alternatives intended for different types of travelers and trips. Most travelers, though, will find they need at least one type of coverage—or more—for any given trip. The umbrella term “travel insurance” can cover a wide variety of events. According to the US Travel Insurance Association, the […]


Google Circle
Join my Circle on Google+

Plugin by Social Author Bio