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#1. The flag shown in the below image belongs to which country?
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#seatSecrets Tip 5: Strategize for an empty middle seat

Look for an aisle seat towards the rear of the plane where someone is already sitting in the window seat (or vice versa). The reason you want a row where there's already someone in the window or aisle seat is because if you sit down in a row with two empty seats next to you, there's a good chance that a traveling pair will take them. But in general, the empty middle seats (when there are two people on either side) tend to fill up last towards the rear of the plane, so you might get that spacious advantage.
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#seatSecrets Tip 4: Patience pays

Airlines usually save the best for last if you are willing to wait. Generally, airlines hold back certain choice seat for their elite frequent flyers. When their seats are not assigned, they will then be released at the airport before flight time. You might get seats at the front of the coach cabin and exit row seats. Asking for the “reserved” seats after you check-in might get you another chance of a better seat that is, if you don’t like your current seat or it has been given to another passenger. It is best to book online, directly from the airline's booking site, as you can usually easily pick which seat you want.
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#seatSecrets Tip 3: What is available?

Airline online platforms may not always show you available flight seats. And depending on airline website for seat assignment is more like gambling and hoping for the best luck. Expertflyer.com can show you which seats are occupied or available for specific flights up to 11 months in advance for over 100 airlines worldwide. When you choose your seat, call the airline and close the deal.
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#seatSecrets Tip 2: All aircraft are not the same

You have to find out the specific aircraft type. Note that not all aircraft are configured the same way. The Japan airlines have over a dozen different seating configurations just for their 747s and American Airlines has two different 777 first class configurations. Also visiting websites like www.seatguru.com and www.expertflyer.com will help you know more about aircraft configuration and best seats.
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#seatSecrets Tip 1: Tip 1: Know your aircraft

With the availability of information of the web these days, you can find websites that will graphically show the position of every seat for every airplane model flown by many airlines. Sites like www.seatguru.com can give you information that will help guide your choices. Avoid seats near the rest rooms and galleys at all possible cost. These positions are the busiest.
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#Everland #SouthKorea #Mydestination

South Korea’s largest theme park, Everland, is home to thrill rides, a zoo, and a water park. Its original name was Yongin Jayeon Nongwon but to make it easier for international visitors, the company changed its name to Everland. The amusement park houses over 40 rides and attractions.
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#Everland #SouthKorea #Mydestination

South Korea’s largest theme park, Everland, is home to thrill rides, a zoo, and a water park. Its original name was Yongin Jayeon Nongwon but to make it easier for international visitors, the company changed its name to Everland. The amusement park houses over 40 rides and attractions.
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#Norway #Northernlights #Mydestination

Auroras have also been observed on the gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus), as well as on Mars.
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#Norway #Northernlights #Mydestination

The Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, are bright dazzling displays in the sky that occur when gaseous particles collide. They can be seen from many places on Earth but are visible nearly every night nearer to the North Pole. The South Pole has its own lights called aurora australis.
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