Travel has never been easier…

Travel with lintenair

A few days ago I started to plan a little trip. The trip was going to be full of fun, exploring, food & fashion. I was going to wander streets I’d never wandered, discover little cobbled streets with cafes, and generally have a very lovely time.

But then I felt a cloud appear above me as I started to think of The Big Faff. The epic journey, either on the tube or by taxi, to get to my terminal, the long queues to pick up my tickets, more long queues while I wait to board, the limits on my baggage, the emptying my water bottle only to buy another just before I board…

The whole thing started to feel more hassle than it was worth. I know it’s a huge privilege to be able to travel as much as I do, but sometimes, especially for the shorter trips, I need it to be as easy as possible.

I was seriously considering abandoning my plan, until I discovered a WHOLE NEW WAY TO TRAVEL. Allow me to introduce Lintenair!

Lintenair promises no ticket collection necessary, queue-free boarding, city-centre terminals and NO BAGGAGE WEIGHT LIMITS.

It’s true.

No tricks.

No gimmicks.

Lintenair answered my travel prayers and I arrived at my destination, with a spring in my step and in the centre of the city… and I strolled out of the terminal, 5 minutes after disembarking, to begin my adventure.

p.s. Want to know more about Lintenair and find out where I went? See you back here in a couple of days ;) In the meantime, check out this video starring Poldark’s Eleanor Tomlinson to hear more!

Sandals – Saltwater
Wireless, Noise Cancelling Headphones – Bose
Camera – Leica
Travel face care – Clarins
Macbook Air
Book – Poppy Loves Book Club

This post is sponsored by Lintenair.
All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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