10 episodes

Airplane Mode is the podcast from Away that explores the reasons we travel and places we find ourselves. In Season 1, we’ll talk to a young couple that runs a bed and breakfast in Jamaica, a woman who moved to Nepal to train sherpas, and a myriad of other guests who are doing what Away loves best: traveling.

Airplane Mode by Away Away

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    • 4.9, 151 Ratings

Airplane Mode is the podcast from Away that explores the reasons we travel and places we find ourselves. In Season 1, we’ll talk to a young couple that runs a bed and breakfast in Jamaica, a woman who moved to Nepal to train sherpas, and a myriad of other guests who are doing what Away loves best: traveling.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
151 Ratings

151 Ratings

John Exley ,

The #1 travel podcast on iTunes

One of my favorite summer weekend pastimes is sleeping in, waking up late, and beginning the day by tanning on my roof. Ever since Away launched their podcast, I now spend every Saturday/Sunday tan session with my phone on airplane mode and my phone -- you guessed it -- playing the "Airplane Mode by Away" podcast episodes!

My favorite episode so far was, ironically, the interview with Ally Betker, who is the Editorial Director and creator of the "Here" magazine Away recently launched. Episode 6!

The Away brand celebrates everything I love about travel. New places. Discovering new things. The stories and inspiration you come away with from every trip.

Simply put, I love Away!

The best travel brand in the world, and now the #1 travel podcast in iTunes.

Eyesonbayo ,

Great podcast concept

Love the Away brand and the concept of this podcast. The stories so have been interesting. However I'm three episodes in and the host still just says he lived "in Africa" when he was young. Did he really!? And does he know how many countries there are in Africa? 54, pick one! Or just name the country(ies) jeez.

Blumarble ,

Great Travel Podcast

They always have someone on with an interesting perspective on travel.

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