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New eTA system for entry into Canada
Announcement

Starting March 15, 2016, visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to or transit through Canada will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Exceptions include U.S. citizens and travellers with a valid visa. However, acceptable travel documents and identification must be presented at the border.

For more information regarding eTA, please refer to the following links:
Find out if you need an eTA
Find answers to your eTA questions
Learn about eTA in your language
Apply online for an eTA
Use miles to buy wifi on United
United Airlines

We all want to be connected - and more flights than ever before give us that opportunity. US travelers enjoy access to wifi on about two-thirds of domestic flights, while our colleagues in Europe have access to wifi on less than 20% of European flights.

The pricing of inflight wifi varies by route and airline - but when a deadline is looming, it's a worthy buy. For those who aren't quite ready to shell out money for the service, United Airlines is starting to roll out the opportunity to buy wifi access with your Mileage Plus miles.

Launching this month, it will begin to roll-out to the domestic flight through the first quarter, with expected completion of the international fleet by mid-summer.
Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH)
Airport Report

Abu Dhabi International Airport is home to Etihad Airways, the world's fastest growing airline. As the hub of an airline whose business model is built on connections, the airport experience tends to be quite positive. As a testament to their desire to simplify connections, Abu Dhabi built and paid for a US pre-clearance facility to allow US bound passengers to arrive in the US as domestic passengers, as occurs with passengers from most Canadian airports.

Getting around: If making a connection between terminals, it should not take longer than 20 minutes by foot, as all three terminals are adjacent to each other. Should you prefer, there is a shuttle bus available which operates every 15 to 20 minutes. However, connections between terminals do require you to re-clear security.

Dining: For some local cuisine, try Shawarmanji for their traditional middle Eastern shawarma sandwich, located in Terminal 3. For western cuisine, visit Negroni, also in Terminal 3, for a selection of pizza, pasta and paninis.

Relaxing: In the Terminal 3 transit area, there are few dozen GoSleep sleeping pods. The pods insulate you from the sounds and crowds of the terminal to allow you a brief nap between flights. In addition, they provide a secure storage place for your carry-on bags and allows you to charge your electronic devices. Prices are around $26 for a 2-hour period.

Wifi: Free wifi is available throughout the airport.

Official Airport Website: www.abudhabiairport.ae
AirGrub
APP & GADGET OF THE MONTH

changes are afoot in airport food ordering. One of the recently available options is the ability to order food via an app for pick-up at a kiosk between flights. AirGrub is currently offering this service at San Francisco, Boston and New York - JFK airports.

Food selection and purchasing occurs entirely within the app, so that you can quickly grab the food that's been prepared for you, timed for your arrival. The vendors participating in this provide a VIP counter so that AirGrub customers don't need to wait in line.

The app is available for free on Android and iOS.