I aim to make sure travelers know what they’re getting with various airlines; I share insider travel secrets to help ensure that people have a positive experience.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 22, 2014
Jake Redman knows a thing or two about traveling. His website, ModHop.com, is the premiere site for travel secrets, specifically reviews of travel upgrades. This aims to weed out which upgrades aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, and distinguish them from ones are truly worth the extra money and miles. Redman will soon embark upon what may seem like an insane feat of Business Class investigation: from March 6th- March 9th, Redman will take four separate international lie-flat Business Class flights, and will live tweet his findings.
Redman’s three-day March itinerary could make even the most seasoned traveler cringe. First, Redman will fly from Chicago to Warsaw aboard LOT Polish Airlines 787 Boeing Dreamliner with the “Elite Club” on their Dreamliner service. The next day, he flies Korea-based Asiana Airlines from London to Seoul. Redman will make his trip inside a Boeing 777-200 and will sit in “Business Smartium Class” with lie-flat capable seats and direct-aisle access.
“I aim to make sure travelers know what they’re getting with various airlines; I share insider travel secrets to help ensure that people have a positive experience,” says Redman, who will brave two international flights on March 9th. First, he will fly Taiwanese carrier EVA airways from Taipei to Paris aboard a Boeing 777-300 plane. His “Royal Laurel” Business Class seat will, like the seat in his Asiana flight, be lie-flat capable and aisle accessible. Finally, Redman will fly from Paris to Newark, New Jersey on a United Airlines Boeing 777-200 in Business First. This Business Class seat is older that the others, but also is lie-flat.
“I will live tweet my travels in real time to give other travelers the most comprehensive information about what these four Business Class seats are really like,” Redman concludes.
ModHop.com will be setting up a special page for the trip, where visitors can see all of the tweets, vines, Instagram photos, and more, in a single location.
Jake Redman is the founder and host of ModHop. In addition to producing and hosting shows on SiriusXM Radio, he travels, spending his time in airports, lounges, and hotels. He shares his findings on ModHop.com to help others determine whether travel upgrades are truly worth the extra cost.
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