US Airways - June 2013 - (Page 224)

Window or Aisle? engage Chatting with a Frequent Flyer Jeff Coruccini has logged a lot of frequent flyer miles, but he has fond memories of one flight in particular. What do you do for a living? I’m the CEO of a company called LearnKey. We create video-based training for customers including K–12 students, veterans returning home and trying to find jobs, and employees seeking additional training for their current positions. How often do you fly? I take two to three trips every month, mostly for work and usually to Utah, Nevada, California, and the East Coast. What’s your most memorable flight? Jeff’s travel tip: PRACTICE PATIENCE, BECAUSE YOU CAN’T CONTROL EVERYTHING WHEN YOU TRAVEL. GET IN THE HABIT OF REMEMBERING TO BE PATIENT. I once met a woman at a networking event, and she told me she was going to Las Vegas on a business trip. I was so taken with her that I knew I needed to be on the same flight. So I booked a flight to Vegas, was able to sit next to her, and pretended that it was just a coincidence and that I was going to Vegas on business too. When I got off the flight, I ran into my best friend and his wife in the airport. They asked who the woman was and I said, “She’s probably going to be my wife one day.” She is now my wife and also my business partner. We travel a lot together, which is one of the coolest parts of my job. Is there a destination you’d like to visit together? We love Cabo [San Lucas, Mexico], and we go there a lot, but I’d say Hawaii. We’ve both been, but we haven’t been there together. What’s your favorite part of flying? DIVIDEND MILES Insider v TRACK YOUR BAGS 224 JUNE 2013 usairwaysmag.com Who would you like to sit next to on a flight? My grandmother, because I never got to meet her. What’s your favorite Dividend Miles perk? The award tickets, which we use to go to Cabo. I love using my miles. Window or aisle? I prefer the aisle, and my wife’s a window girl. It was clearly meant to be. Are you a US Airways frequent flyer with an interesting story to tell? Email us! edit@usairwaysmag.com Follow us: @USAirwaysMag TOP PHOTO COURTESY OF JEFF CORUCCINI Now you can follow your bags online from check-in to landing. Our new baggage tracking system shows you the date, local time, and location of where your bags are scanned, as well as when your bags are on and off the plane. Just use your bag tag number or the confirmation code from your baggage claim ticket. For more information, visit usairways.com/baggage. Meeting the people I’m seated next to. I met a very successful CEO the other day who gave me great advice about my company. I really value that. http://www.usairways.com/baggage https://twitter.com/USAirwaysMag http://www.usairwaysmag.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - June 2013

US Airways - June 2013
Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Best Outdoor Music Venues
Hub Crawl: Los Angeles International Airport
Wine & Dine: Infused Spirits
Great Tastes: B.B. King's Blues Clubs
Diversions: Beer Gardens
Great Escapes: Hard Rock Hotels
Great Escapes: Universal Orlando Resort
Diversions: Seven Super Spas
Adventure: Sebasco Harbor Resort, Maine
Golf: Billy Casper
Gear Up: Family Games
Travel Feature: The Lure of the Lake
US Airways: All in the Family
Chefs Tell: Sea Fire Grill
Charlotte, NC
Special Section: Los Angeles Arts
Must Read: Color Blind
Great Dates
Puzzles
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Video Entertainment
Audio Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
Window or Aisle?

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