Hopefully it’s obvious from the content of this blog that I enjoy traveling. But during the past couple of months, I’ve set a new personal record for the number of flights I’ve taken and the number of airports I’ve spent a little time in.
Since the first week of February, I’ve taken 11 separate flights and passed through 9 different airports using 6 different carriers. Granted, that’s no big deal for biz travelers who take several flights a week. But for me, the numbers are unusual for the time frame.
So, if you’re looking to procrastinate while you should be doing something productive, I’ve listed the airports that I’ve had the privilege to zip through recently and the airlines by which I’ve done it. Enjoy!
Gimpo International Airport (Seoul)
Incheon International Airport (Incheon)
Jeju International Airport (Jeju Island)
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (Taipei)
Narita International Airport (Tokyo)
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (Georgia)
Huntsville International Airport (Alabama)
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Texas)
Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport (Texas)
(Note: There’s no English version of this site, so eHow.com offers some advice on booking flights on the airline. I used the Seoul Center for Culture & Tourism in Myeong-dong. They arrange your travel for free!)
Delta Air Lines
I don’t have any flight plans for the near future, and that’s okay with me at the moment. I’m switching gears and looking into a couple of road trips.