Would you like to take advantage of all the frequent flyer benefits, like check-in at the First Class counter, lounge access and more baggage allowance?
Are you unhappy with the high cost of food and drinks at the airport, long queues at the check-in counter and fees for overweight baggage?
Enjoy the luxury and complementary benefits at the airport and on the plane as a frequent flyer - using the cheapest possible option!
This ebook will show you some great options to get a Star Alliance Gold status even if you fly only once or twice every year!
You will be stunned when seeing how easy a most desired frequent flyer status can be reached by smart booking procedures and using the best insider tips and tricks.
The benefits of your new status will save you a lot of money and efforts, irrespective of flying once or a hundred times per year.
This ebook will show options to reach Star Alliance Gold status with only a single return flight!
You will love the benefits associated with your new status:
• Worldwide access to the Star Alliance Gold lounges with a guest if you are flying on any Star Alliance carrier, irrespective of the class of service in which you are flying
• Check-In at the First or Business Class Counter or at the exclusive Star Alliance Gold counter at the airport
• Priority Boarding - you can board the plane together with the First and Business Class passengers, even if you are booked in Economy Class
• Priority baggage handling - your baggage will be the first to be unloaded
• You may take up to 20 kg of additional baggage (weight concept) or one additional piece of baggage (piece concept) onto your flight
• Top priority for stand-by-flights (waitlist), upgrades, and similar gains!
Please note: Star Alliance, covering 27 airlines, including Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian Airlines, United and many more is by far the biggest airline alliance worldwide! You will therefore be able to use your new status virtually anywhere in the world.
Read this book and receive your own frequent flyer status card sooner than you have ever imagined.
This book is perfect if you do not travel very often or less regularly as well. 10 different routings are proposed, e.g. from Frankfurt, London, New York, Seoul, Melbourne and other airports, and the author is ready to answer your questions as well!
December 2013 issue!
Goldstein explains why a former attorney general with Parkinson disease has a tendency to faint, why young astronauts in excellent physical shape cannot stand up when reexposed to Earth's gravity, why professional football players can collapse and die of heat shock during summer training camp, and why baseball players spit so much.
Adrenaline and the Inner World is designed to supplement academic coursework in psychology, psychiatry, endocrinology, cardiology, complementary and alternative medicine, physiology, and biochemistry. It includes an extensive glossary.
The research demonstrates that, integrated purposefully in courses, the use of clickers aligns with what neuroscience tells us about the formation of memory and the development of learning. In addition, they elicit contributions from otherwise reticent students and enhance collaboration, even in large lecture courses; foster more honest responses to discussion prompts; increase students’ engagement and satisfaction with the classroom environment; and provide an instantaneous method of formative assessment.
This book presents a brief history of the development of CRSs and a survey of empirical research to provide a context for current best practices, and then presents seven chapters providing authentic, effective examples of the use of clickers across a wide range of academic disciplines, demonstrating how they can be effective in helping students to recognize their misconceptions and grasp fundamental concepts.
Like all pedagogical interventions, classroom response systems are no panacea, and the experienced contributors candidly describe avoidable pitfalls while demonstrating how clickers can deepen student learning and how, by providing instantaneous feedback, they enable teachers to make adjustments on the fly to better address student understandings or misunderstandings.
The final chapter explores pros and cons of response systems that use mobile devices and smart phones, and the book concludes with an annotated list of further resources, such as books, articles, and videos.