vassing.com – The Secret Life of The Onboard Courier is owned by Morten Vassing and online since February, 2000.
Morten is a Frequent Flyer, Travel Enthusiast and Certified Onboard Courier who is based near Copenhagen International Airport, CPH. Join Morten Vassing as he peels off the cloak and sheets covering the secretive world of the Onboard Courier whom inconspicuously could be sitting next to you on that United flight to Miami during an ongoing OBC Mission.
Morten Vassing is originally trained as a journalist from The Danish School of Journalism (DJH Class of 1999) and The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University (on an Europe In The World EU Scholarship 1999) and he has given this website numerous updates and flavors over the years but it is today a personal blog and site focused on everything dealing with modern air travel as an Onboard Courier on and off OBC Missions around the world.
The site will give you insights about what it’s like to travel the world on easy and sometimes very difficult and challenging OBC Missions.
Morten Vassing is of course contractually prevented from making public any information what so ever related to the actual shipment and contents being freighted by hand around the globe nor ID’ing consignor and consignee but rather give a unique look into a world of a very small brotherhood of couriers who make the world go round with much needed supplies for the airline industry, automotive industry, maritime and shipping industries, robotics industry, fashion industry, medical and medico industries and much, much more.
Along the way, Morten will try to keep you guys updated on every OBC Mission and the legs of the trip and the different Airport Terminals and Lounges he visits as a little personal travel blog with unique information, photos and videos.
As time permits Morten Vassing plans to retrospectively post information about the two dozens of already successfully completed OBC Missions around the world.
Also, Morten will post his own reviews and tests of everything related to Air Travel, Airports, Lounges, Fast Track, the different Aircrafts and Travel Classes along with every little Accessory and Gadget needed for a smooth trip whether you’re an Onboard Courier and just traveling for Business or Pleasure.
My Travel Setup By Relevance and Importance:
Denmark Passport and Visas for The United States, Canada and Australia
Five International Credit Cards and Five Freqeuent Flyer Memberships
iPhone XS Max 256GB Gold w/International Data and Voice Roaming Contract (Unlimited Data, Calls, Texts in Denmark; 6GB Data In EU Each Month)
Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones feat. Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling and the Apple W1 chip
Skyroam Solis LTE/4G Powered Wi-Fi Hotspot (Back Up Device: Original Skyroam 3G Powered Wi-Fi Hotspot) Valid in 130+ Countries
TUMI Expandable Organiser Laptop Brief Alpha 2 Pewter
RIMOWA Topas Pilot Multiwheel Business Cabin 34L Silver Carry-on Luggage
MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2016) Core m3 1.1GHz 256GB SSD
My Accessories for Photography:
DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone with Hasselblad L1D-20c Camera w/1-inch Sensor Shooting 4K 30fps 100Mbps
DJI Pocket Osmo 3-Axis Gimbal Camera with 1/2.3-inch Sensor Shooting 4K 60fps 100Mbps
AmazonBasics 67-Inch Monopod
Professional Tripod Ball Head Compact Travel Q555
- American Airlines (AA)
- Air Canada (AC)
- Alaska Airlines (AS)
- JetBlue Airways (B6)
- British Airways (BA)
- Delta Air Lines (DL)
- Frontier Airlines (F9)
- Lufthansa (LH)
- United Airlines (UA)
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