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EVA Air - Business Class Special

by Stewart 18. September 2009 16:33
EVA Airways is offering special Business Class Fares for flights departing from Los Angeles to Taiwan and S. E. Asia with fares Starting from USD 2959 plus taxes and fees.To take advantage of these particular fares, call 1-888-808-4123 or email Ratedesk@farebuzz.com.

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Aeromexico Airlines - AeroPass Premier

by Stewart 18. September 2009 16:32
Travel for less with friends and family when you buy tickets in bulk. Purchase as few as 5 tickets with AeroPass and enjoy great savings ... as low as $148 per round-trip ticket (excluding taxes and fees). Offer available for travel to Mexico from Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Montreal, New York, Ontario, Orlando, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Toronto. To take advantage of this great promotion, call 1-888-808-4123 or email cs@farebuzz.com.

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OpenSkies Best Fare Guarantee

by Stewart 18. September 2009 16:30
OpenSkies, the leader in business class travel between Paris and New York is now offering a Best Fare Guarantee. Open Skies gives you business travel comfort that fits into your leisure budget. In-flight, you're already on holiday with abundant space to stretch, better choice of seats (or beds), and pampering service once you're in them. Their prices start as low as $570 plus taxes and fees. To take advantage of the same, call 1-888-808-4123 or email Ratedesk@farebuzz.com.

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United Airlines - Chicago new Non stop Special

by Stewart 18. September 2009 16:28
United is starting nonstop service from Chicago to popular destinations throughout the U.S. and Canada. To celebrate, United is offering great low fares. To take advantage of the same, call 1-888-808-4123 or email cs@farebuzz.com.

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British Airways - Book Club World and receive a one way upgrade to First

by Stewart 17. September 2009 19:19
Brirish Airways is offering a free upgrade to First class if you book a return ticket to UK, US or Canada in Club World business class before 30 September 2009. Offer valid for departures till 31 January 2010.  To take advantage of the same, call 1-888-808-4123 or email Ratedesk@farebuzz.com.

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Air Canada introduces new service to Calgary

by Stewart 17. September 2009 19:10
Air Canada introduces new daily non-stop service between Portland/San Diego and Calgary. To take advantage of this  time-limited low introductory fares call 1-888-808-4123 or email cs@farebuzz.com.

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Continental Airlines increases Houston-Honolulu holiday service

by Stewart 17. September 2009 18:49
Continental Airlines will add an additional direct daily flight between Houston and Honolulu beginning Dec.17 and continuing through Jan. 10. To take advantage of the same, call 1-888-808-4123 or email cs@farebuzz.com.

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Business Travel View - Post Labor Day

by Anjeeta 16. September 2009 19:15

2009 has been an extremely challenging for the entire travel industry as the recession has compelled most businesses and companies to rethink their travel procurement strategies. This has resulted in a sharp slowdown in business travel which has always been a money spinner for major airlines and hotel chains. The Federal Aviation Administration earlier this year predicted that overall domestic air passenger traffic was set to fall nearly 9% during 2009, while international bookings were expected to decline by 2.4% as companies were forced to make deep business travel cuts to grapple with the effects of the global recession.

Business travel which accounts for most first-class and business class ticket sales has suffered greatly from the huge cuts that companies have been compelled to make as they have tried to limit their employees travel or move this travel to the coach cabins for at least short haul journeys. Most companies however believe that business travel is a key element to their success as face to face meetings with suppliers and customers cannot be eliminated no matter how tough the economic conditions for business are. The personal touch is an essential tool of business which just cannot be replicated by advances in telecommunications and video conferencing technologies though a recent UBS survey of 61 influential travel buyers stated that average air spend this year, has declined more than 30 percent which has dealt a devastating blow to the business travel industry. Business travel is the icing on the cake for all major airlines, which have been affected the most by the cuts in travel budgets. If in 2008 the airlines were battling rising fuel costs, in 2009 they have to face the travel demand crisis which has even affected low cost carriers like Southwest which has seen a drop in business travel demand by nearly 25 to 30 percent for certain sectors.

The airlines have tried to aggressively combat travel demand crisis by slashing fares in order to sustain current load factors. These lower fares have extended even to international ticket sales as airlines like British Airways offered previously un-heard of deals for its business class cabin on its lucrative transatlantic route in the spring of 2009. This tactic was quickly copied by a whole host of airlines during the months of April and May which were particularly tough for the airlines.

This trend continued all throughout the summer as airlines tried to sustain their loads and avoid cutting capacity, for fares are far easier to manage when the upturn which typically follows a downturn begins. The US economy has in fact already begun to show signs of recovery as the Federal Reserve in recent days has cautiously averred that economic activity has stabilized and ‘firmed’ in almost all regions of the economy. This has also been reflected in the US stock market which has risen by almost 30% from the levels of historic lows which were experienced in the month of March 2009.

All this augurs well for the business travel industry which has begun to see a slight improvement during September 2009. In fact in a recent Topaz International survey of 260 travel buyers, a small number of buyers even displayed cautious optimism as they stated that they expected business travel spend for the rest of the year to in fact increase as the economy begins to turn.

In anticipation of this upturn, the British legacy carrier, British Airways which recently announced another fare sale across all its cabins for various routes, is all set to launch a new all-business transatlantic service on September 29th 2009 which will connect New York City’s JFK airport with London’s City Airport. This premium service which is aimed at time-pressed business travelers who have to travel frequently between the world’s most prominent finance capitals will initially launch as a daily return service which will increase to a twice daily flight from mid-October 2009. The launch of this new service at such a time indicates that the business travel industry is poised for a take- off yet again.

Most senior managers intuitively understand that employees have to be kept on the road even during an economic downturn as business travel is critical to their success for when business picks up once again they will have a vital edge over competition. If you believe in this school of thought and are looking at ways to cleverly minimize your travel spend, you should consider partnering with the New York City based travel company, Fare Buzz.

Fare Buzz is one of the nation’s leading suppliers of business class travel. The company has an exclusive relationship with over sixty domestic and international airlines and is able to procure cheap business class tickets for almost all worldwide destinations. Booking business class travel through Fare Buzz provides savings of over 70% as compared to tickets booked through regular channels. Moreover these Cheap Business Class Airline Tickets come with all the perks of a full priced ticket like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats.

To effectively manage your travel spend and reduce airline, hotel and car rental costs, you need to align with a highly efficient and cost effective procurement agency like Fare Buzz which is equipped with a trained and knowledgeable staff who are on hand seven days a week to ensure that you get the very best travel deals to meet all your company’s goals of maximizing and effectively using the travel budget. Do call Fare Buzz at 1-888-808-4123 to speak to an agent today.

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OpenSkies Offers Price-Match Guarantee

by Stewart 11. September 2009 11:54

All-business class airline OpenSkiesis offering a new promotion for its nonstop flights between New York (JFK andNewark) and Paris (Orly). 

Beginning September 8, travelers cantake advantage of OpenSkies’ new Best Fare Guarantee; which promises if theyfind a lower fare on the same itinerary elsewhere, OpenSkies will honor thedifference. The fare adjustment will be distributed to the customer in the formof a voucher for future travel. To take advantage of the same, call1-888-808-4123 or email Ratedesk@farebuzz.com.

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Business Travel View - São Paulo

by Anjeeta 9. September 2009 10:38
Sao Paulo is the capital of Brazil which along with Russia, India and China has been described as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Accordingly the pace of life in Sao Paulo, which is often called ‘the locomotive of the Brazilian economy’, is fast and frantic. 

Sao Paulo or ‘Sampaul’ as it is called by the locals is a large and bustling city that is home to nearly 20 million people who are popularly known as ‘paulistanos’. Further this city which is also the largest city in Brazil generates approximately 15 percent of Brazil’s GDP. All the major industries of Brazil have a presence in Sao Paulo which is also an important global financial center that is home to the São Paulo Stock Exchange (BOVESPA), the Future Markets, and the Cereal Market Stock Exchanges. The computerized and thoroughly modern BOVESPA is the largest stock exchange in Latin America and third largest in the world. 

Some of the main industries that are based in Sao Paulo include telecommunications, automotive, pharmaceutical, beauty and cosmetics, fashion, consulting, construction and of course banking. The city has more than 1500 bank branches and also hosts the Brazilian Federal Bank, Banco do Brasil, in its famous Italia Building which was once considered to be the tallest building in South America.

Aside from being an industrial and financial hub, this sprawling city is also equipped with a great selection of meeting halls, trade fair and convention centers as it hosts a number of expositions, conferences, and international trade meetings all year round. Some of the popular venues for these events are the Centro de Exposicoes Imigrantes Brazil, the Transamerica Expo Center and the Anhembi Show Pavilion.

It is widely acknowledged that Sao Paulo is the best Latin American city to conduct business and 63% of all the international companies that do business in Brazil have their headquarters in Sao Paulo which is an important center for business tourism given its prominent position in Latin America. 

Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport which is also known as Cumbica International is one of is the busiest Brazilian airports plays host to wide array of international and domestic carriers and is well connected by taxi and shuttle bus to the downtown Sao Paulo which is located nearly 25 kilometers away. Apart from its busy airport, Sao Paulo has a number of boutique and business hotels which are favored by the business travelers who visit this city all year round. Some of the hotels favored by business visitors to Sau Paulo are the Hotel Emiliano which is located in close proximity to the Paulista and Faria Lima Avenues which are the major financial and business centers of Sao Paulo and the understated Renaissance Hotel which is part of the Marriott Group and is located in heart of the fashionable Jardins district of Sao Paulo. 

Additionally Sao Paulo has with more than 30,000 restaurants which serve a wide array of diverse cuisines and several bars, night clubs, art galleries, museums, parks and fashionable stores which offer a wide range of after-hours entertainment options for the business traveler. 

If you or your company are in the process of conducting business in or intend to conduct business in Brazil, there a good chance you'll be going to Sao Paulo frequently. Business class fares to cities in South America tend to be more expensive than fares to other global destinations and you would do well then to avail of the cost efficient and reasonable services of the New York City based travel company, Fare Buzz which specializes in business class travel packages to world-wide destinations.

Fare Buzz has an exclusive relationship with over 60 domestic and international airlines and through this special relationship; it can procure much needed business class tickets which are an essential requirement for business travel at substantial discounts. It is worth mentioning that these cheap business class airline tickets come with all the perks that are normally associated with regular business class tickets like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats. Booking business travel through Farebuzz.com has been known to provide savings of over 70% as compared to tickets booked through regular channels.

Moreover the travel desk at Fare Buzz unlike impersonal web based travel services offers personalized service manned as it is by knowledgeable and experienced ‘live’ travel consultants who are on hand seven days a week to help you find the best airline business class fares and hotel deals for your complete business travel package to this exciting, Latin American center of business.

So next time you need to head out on business to Sao Paulo, do make sure that you give Fare Buzz a call at 1-888-808-4123 to avail of the many attractive fares and deals that it has to offer.

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