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  • Turkey during turkey month?

    Oct 25, 2007 / 9:32am / in Air Travel, Asia, Country News, Culture, Europe, Exchanging Money, General, Money, Travel Tips, Winter Travel, International Travel

    Turkey is a country that has a unique culture at an important point in its history, facing questions of religious and regional identity. Although it has always been an exotic, beautiful, somewhat off-the-beaten-path alluring destination, this time of sweeping change makes Turkey an even more exciting place to be right now. The timing works out well in this case, as the lovely autumn climate and many deals on flights are currently rolling in.

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  • Traveling By Air? Be prepared to wait.

    Aug 16, 2007 / 5:31am / in Air Travel, Flights, International Travel

    Flying, it seems, is becoming less a question of convenience and more a question of patience and good nerves. U.S. airline delays have apparently soared up to a 13-year high, according to a New York Times report. And things are expected to get worse. According to data provided by the Department of Transportation, U.S. Airlines’ on-time arrival rate for June was just above 68 percent, compared with June 2006’s 72.8 percent and May 2007’s 77.9 percent.

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  • Virgin Troubles

    Aug 2, 2007 / 5:10am / in Air Travel, International Travel

    The neophyte airline Virgin America is drawing a bit more attention its way. For starters, they are causing a small fare war between big competitors: JetBlue Airways and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines. JetBlue is stating that they are willing to match fares of the synonymous routes Virgin America’s has recently announced. JetBlue, a similar airline that provides fun and enticing amenities for low prices, is now offering round trip tickets at $278 between New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.

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  • Painless Traveling

    Jul 26, 2007 / 7:17am / in Air Travel, Travel Tips, International Travel

    Slow moving lines, screaming infants, and a beeping medal detector are just some of the airport security inconveniences that result in a pounding headache. It’s time to plan your trip well in order to avoid these annoying occurrences and finally have a smooth sailing vacation. To help, here are five things you can do that will make your next trip to the airport less painful.
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  • A Virgin to Competition

    Jul 26, 2007 / 6:26am / in Air Travel, International Travel

    The extensive list of amenities that Virgin America provides combined with its low fares shake the foundation of competitors all over the country. This rumbling has caused some early friction between future airline contenders, resulting in a battle for the sky.

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  • Virgin America

    Jul 19, 2007 / 7:08am / in Air Travel, Travel Tips, International Travel

    Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic’s new airline, has finally trekked across the Atlantic to make a permanent landing on U.S. soil. As of August 9th and 29th, Virgin America will become a functioning domestic airline. The San Francisco based airline Virgin Atlantic Airways, originating in 1984, has expanded their repertoire and is now offering flights between five U.S. cities ranging from San Francisco (SFO), Los Angles (LAX), New York (JFK), Las Vegas (LAS), and Washington D.C (IAD).

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  • How to Get Cheap First-class Airline Tickets

    Jul 5, 2007 / 12:05pm / in Air Travel, General, Travel Tips, International Travel

    If you plan to travel from the United States to Canada, you should know that the unusually high price of the Canadian dollar could affect your budget and force you to sacrifice comfort over money. However, there are heavily discounted first-class airline tickets available for over 100,000 US and Canada flights. While most people have some idea of how to get cheap airline tickets, only very few know that there are inexpensive first-class airline tickets available. There are a number of reasons for which you might find this article useful:

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  • How to Get a Cheap Airline Ticket

    Jul 5, 2007 / 10:10am / in Air Travel, General, International Travel

    Do you assume that there are secrets to how to get a cheap airline ticket that the airlines try to keep from you? Do you always feels nervous and slightly dizzy whenever you are about to click on the “Buy Now” button when purchasing your flight? Your skepticism and worries are justified. An attempt to get the best airfare could be as difficult and frustrating as trying to figure out on what number to place your bets in a lottery game. But unlike gambling, there is more to airline ticket purchases than a sprinkle of luck.

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  • How to Get Cheap First-class Airline Tickets

    Jul 5, 2007 / 9:56am / in Air Travel, Flights, Travel Tips, International Travel

    If you plan to travel from the United States to Canada, you should know that the unusually high price of the Canadian dollar could affect your budget and force you to sacrifice comfort over money. However, there are heavily discounted first-class airline tickets available for over 100,000 US and Canada flights. While most people have some idea of how to get cheap airline tickets, only very few know that there are inexpensive first-class airline tickets available. There are a number of reasons for which you might find this article useful:

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  • Defensive Flying

    Mar 8, 2007 / 10:59am / in Air Travel, International Travel

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