US Airways - May 2013 - (Page 108)

Window or Aisle? engage Chatting with a Frequent Flyer As CEO of the Fusion Partners, a marketing firm, Bridget Werba travels frequently for work. But her most memorable trips are personal ones. How often do you travel? About twice a month, but it depends on the time of year and what my clients need. In the trade show season, I fly more frequently. What do you enjoy most about flying? I use most of my flight time for hammering out emails and getting caught up on administrative work. It’s helpful because I don’t get sidetracked with phone calls and I don’t have to worry about distractions. Why US Airways? I’ve been flying with US Airways for as long as I can remember. I was flying with US Airways when I began the process of adopting my daughter, and now I’ve been able to take her on several trips. She just turned eight, and on her birthday she made a wish for a sister. So we have our name in now to accept another child. Bridget’s travel tip: self-proclaimed expert on flying! When you travel with your daughter, what do you pack in your carry-on? Snacks and wipes because there’s always some sort of catastrophe. She also got an iPad for Christmas, so she uses that for games and movies. Where’s one place that you’d like to travel with your daughter? I’ve been banking all my miles, and I’d love to do an African safari with her. I’d like to wait a few years so she can really appreciate it. But that’s our big plan. I’d also love to get her over to Europe. Window or aisle? Her first trip, and even her first time at the airport, was the month after the adoption was finalized. We flew to Milwaukee so she could meet her grandparents. We also took her to Disney in Orlando for her adoption celebration. We plan on going back to Orlando soon to visit SeaWorld and Universal Studios. She’s now a That’s a no-brainer. Total aisle for me, and it has to be a seat on the left side of the plane. I’m right-handed and I work and write a lot in flight, so I don’t want to bump the person next to me. Are you a US Airways frequent flyer with an interesting story to tell? Email us! v DIVIDEND MILES Insider GET TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO WITH US AIRWAYS AND MASTERCARD Use your MasterCard® card every time you book a flight with US Airways and get 250 bonus miles for each reservation.* Here’s how: I Register and book your travel by October 31, 2013 I Travel by December 31, 2013 I Use your MasterCard card to book your trip and get 250 bonus miles for each reservation With more than 200 destinations throughout the U.S., Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, and the Middle East, US Airways and MasterCard help you get to where you want to go. For more information, visit *Other terms and conditions apply. 108 MAY 2013 Follow us: @USAirwaysMag TOP PHOTO BY MARNIE MCCOWN Where has she flown? I SNAP A QUICK PICTURE ON MY PHONE WHEN I PARK TO HELP ME FIND MY CAR WHEN I GET BACK TO THE AIRPORT.

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

US Airways - May 2013
Table of Contents
CEO Letter
From the Editor
Did You Know?
Making It Happen
Hot Spots: Best Full-Service Hotels
Hub Crawl: Chicago O'Hare International Airport
Wine & Dine: Virginia Wines
Great Tastes: Old Town Tortilla Factory
Diversions: Anheuser-Busch
Great Escapes: Santa Monica's Fairmont Miramar
Great Escapes: Aruba
Golf: Colonial Williamsburg's Golden Horseshoe
Adventure: Heli-Hiking in British Columbia
Great Escapes: Granada Hotel & Bistro
Adventure: Glasgow, Scotland
Adventure: Dipsea Trail
Great Escapes: Iberostar Hotels and Resorts
Gear Up: Gardening
Travel Feature: Hungry in Key West
US Airways: Painting the Past
Chefs Tell: Smith & Wollensky and Robin's
Must Read: Here Is Where
Great Dates
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®
Giving: Miles for Good
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - May 2013