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The state of Colorado is forever growing and changing around us. It’s rated as one of the top places to visit, and our beloved Denver International Airport (DIA) is the first thing most people see when visiting. Well Denver, the skyline is about to change!
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We live in a high tech society, and with that, you find high tech gadgets and among those are smart bags. What exactly is this you ask? Well, I'll break it down for you. A smart bag or smart luggage includes a suitcase that doubles as a scooter or personal vehicle. It's a bag with a power bank used for charging electronic devices, often equipped with GPS locators and automatic locking mechanisms, weight scales, and even self-propelled travel bags that follow their owners around the airport. Exciting, right?!
service dogs for airport
The days of inviting Wilber, your undocumented "emotional support pig," on board a flight to the funny farm just got more difficult. You may however still bring trained service animals, but not without the required paperwork. As the need and availability for service and emotional support animals (ESA) increase, airlines are tightening their leashes on who they will and will not let on board.

Fine Airport Parking on the way to the airport
You don’t have to travel to DIA to go MIA this spring break! Colorado is one of the top tourist destinations in the U.S., With its breathtaking views, world renown destinations such as Boulder and Aspen. Fine Airport Parking has your last minute spring break ideas covered!
tsa bag check at DIA
Since September 11th, TSA has implemented new regulations to protect passengers and keep airports safe. These regulations have included new screening procedures, liquid allowances, and gate access limited to ticketed passengers only. One regulation that has always been in effect is the prohibition of carrying a gun onboard an aircraft.
why is vpn important for air travel
Internet privacy is constantly under attack. Reports of catastrophic hacks on personal data have left the tech world reeling, while legislation allowing ISPs to sell information about your online habits has attracted a national spotlight. While most consumers are comfortable sending personal data over the internet, many business professionals understand the risks and are looking for solutions to internet privacy.
yoga on the airplane
For those who are reading this blog, you may have seen the video of a yoga teacher that went viral by performing a full yoga routine in the aisle of the airplane. As a result, this event has sparked a debate among travelers and posed the ultimate question, “Can I Do Yoga on The Airplane?”
How to pack light with winter clothes
Planning a winter trip can make packing winter clothes extremely difficult. It can be difficult to know what you will need to keep warm, and how to fit everything into your allocated space. Below we put together a list of tips that will help save you time and the hassle of packing thicker and larger clothing items.
real id act
Airport travel is about to get a little bit more complicated. Back in 2005, Congress passed a bill that is now known as the Real ID Act. Up until this point, the majority of people in the US have flown domestically using their state ID or driver’s license, however, due to the new ID laws, this will no longer be an option for travelers in some states. The Real ID Act was passed in order to prevent identity theft and starting on January 22, 2018, millions of travelers living in non-compliant states are obligated to provide a verified form of identification such as a passport.