About Lindsay Seegmiller

Lindsay Seegmiller is a Canadian-based freelance travel writer, passionate about exploring the untouched corners of the world. A lifelong backpacker and a perpetual airport sleeper, she has seen her fair share of airport floors around the world. While most of her travels have taken her to the bleak airports across Africa, she loves her jaunts through European airports and very much hopes to get to Singapore Changi’s koi garden one day.

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Helsinki Airport GoSleep Pods

GoSleep Pods Land At Helsinki Airport

The airport sleep pod phenomenon continues to spread with the latest installation of futuristic pods in Helsinki. Piggy-backing off the popularity of European sleep cubes in Munich, Amsterdam and London, Helsinki Vantaa International Airport recently introduced a series of capsules that allow the weary traveler some privacy and shuteye. The details, you ask? On your next […]

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Weather Delays at the Airport

10 Tips for Surviving Flight Delays and Cancellations

Between the months of November and March, much of the northern hemisphere is placed at the mercy of erratic winter weather. Snowstorms, ice storms, hurricanes and even the odd volcanic eruption or typhoon leave passengers delayed or stranded in countless terminals. While we can only hope each reader makes it through this tempestuous travel season […]

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Europe Flight Compensation

EU Flight Delay Compensation: All You Need to Know

Planning to fly in Europe? If you are, you would be wise to familiarize yourself with the Air Passengers Rights and Regulation 261/2004. Basically, this regulation outlines a series of rules for compensation and assistance that must be provided to passengers who experience delays, cancellations or a denial of boarding due to overbooking. These policies are […]

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Westjet Christmas Miracle

WestJet’s Blue Santa Spreads Cheer Again!

For the third year running, West Jet has kicked off the holiday season by spreading plenty of cheer with Blue Santa. Having sparked the holiday spirit in Canada in previous years, this year, the company looked abroad. Working in partnership with Live Different, a Canadian-based charity, the airline flew their celebrated Blue Santa down to […]

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Europeans Admit to a New Sexy LAYover Activity

We’ve just learned of a new airport club that is surprisingly popular with European travelers. Joining is free, but you do need to sign up with another person. New membership seems to spike around the holidays, and pairs can join at any airport worldwide. The amenities and benefits are quite limited, and are offered in […]

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Groceries Waiting for you at the Airport?! Check out Helsinki’s Next Great Idea…

Picture this: your plane touches down, you collect your baggage and you walk into the arrivals hall where you are met by… your groceries for the week! No longer do you have to drive home, dreading the emergency post-vacation trip to the grocery store. Your car is already fully loaded with the week’s breakfasts, lunches […]

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Let’s Go Surfing … At Munich Airport?

Traveling through Munich between now and August 24th, 2014? Don’t forget to pack your swimsuit! Just in time for German school holidays, the airport has re-opened the Surf and Style initiative between Terminals 1 and 2, in the Munich Airport Center. Over the coming weeks, those traveling through MUC will have the option of hopping […]

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