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Aer Lingus propose Round-trip Business Class Sale Fares

by 12. November 2010 05:51

Aer Lingus, will be offering round- trip Business Class Sale Fares from New York and Boston to Ireland for a minimum stay for three days or Saturday night, whichever occur first. Passengers will have to reserve tickets seven days prior to the departure of the outbound transatlantic sector.  Tickets will be issued at the same time while making reservation.

December 15th, 2010 will be the last day for reservations as well as issue of the tickets.

Details of fare and the period of flying are mentioned below:

  • On 21st November, 2010 to 1st December, 2010, from NYS to Dub/ SNN at USD 665;
  • On 21st November, 2010 to 1st December, 2010, from Boston to SNN at USD 665;
  • On 15th December to 7th January, 2011, from NYS to Dub/ SNN at USD 665;
  • On 15th December to 7th January, 2011, from Boston to SNN at USD 665;
Terms & Conditions
  • Fares are each way based on round-trip purchase.
  • Taxes and fees are additional.
  • Fares include the YQ and Fuel surcharges.
  • Tickets must show by use of an insert valid on EI only.
  • Cancellation penalty applies.
  • Anytime ticket is non-refundable.
  • Seats cannot be waitlisted.
  • Other conditions may apply.
For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963.

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Air Canada’s Daily Non-Stop service between New Orleans and Toronto

by 12. November 2010 01:55
Air Canada recently launched the daily non - stop service between New Orleans and Toronto.
 
According to the Air Canada, flights will be operated with Jazz 75-seat CRJ 705 aircraft featured with Executive and Economy Class service. To endow a comfortable travel to its passengers, individual seatback, and personal audio-visual entertainment will be provided throughout the journey.

Flight AC - 7972 will depart New Orleans at 12:45 and arrive in Toronto at 16:30. Flight AC - 7971 will depart Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport at 10:00 and arrive at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport at 12:10.

The new route will play a crucial role as the passengers will be able to connect to and from Canada from various cities and will also give a boost to the airlines business.

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Air Canada offers reduced fare for Executives Class Suits

by 11. November 2010 09:39

To provide a comfortable journey to its passengers traveling to Asia through Air Canada Airlines, the airlines have announced greatly reduced fare for the Executive First Class Suites. The airlines are offering fully flat – bed, designed to give you the complete horizontal position. With this all the passengers will get the best travel experience on overnight flights. Along with comfort the suites will offer more privacy to the passengers.

The offer has been extended till January 31, 2011 for booking tickets.  

Details for flight’s greatly reduced fare have been mentioned below:

  • From Boston to Tokyo at USD 4592;
  • From Boston to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From Boston to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 4101;
  • From Boston to Hong Kong at USD 4736;
  • From Los Angles to Tokyo at USD 5268;
  • From Los Angles to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From Los Angles to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 3761;
  • From Los Angles to Hong Kong at USD 4736;
  • From  New York to Tokyo at USD 4468;
  • From  New York to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From  New York to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 3901;
  • From  New York to Hong Kong at USD 4736;
  • From Philadelphia to Tokyo at USD 4668;
  • From Philadelphia to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From Philadelphia to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 4101;
  • From Philadelphia to Hong Kong at USD 4736;
  • From San Francisco to Tokyo at USD 5115;
  • From San Francisco to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From San Francisco to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 4061;
  • From San Francisco to Hong Kong at USD 5024;
  • From  Washington to Tokyo at USD 5168;
  • From  Washington to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From  Washington to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 4101;
  • From  Washington to Hong Kong at USD 4736;
  • From Seattle to Tokyo at USD 5515;
  • From Seattle to Seoul at USD 3669;
  • From Seattle to Beijing/ Shanghai at USD 4061;
  • From Seattle to Hong Kong at USD 4736.                       
Terms & Conditions
  • Advance purchase and weekend surcharge may apply;
  • minimum stay Sunday;
  • Valid on Air Canada operated and marketed flights.
  • If Executive Class is not offered on the trans-border segment, please refer to the fare rule for correct trans-border booking class.
  • Book Trans-Pacific flights in Z Class;
  • Other conditions apply.
For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963.

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Cathay pacific airlines abridge extra baggage charge calculations

by 11. November 2010 02:01

Cathay Pacific Airways will be coming up with a new and more simplified method for calculating extra baggage charges for flights to all destinations falling under the network with effect for tickets issued on/after Dec’ 2010.

In order to make transparent and fair calculations and to simplify the handling charges for extra baggage charge, the charge will be in accordance with a system of Travel Zones against the exiting extra baggage charges. This would also apply to the special baggage. The charges could be accessed through the website.

The new method will help the passengers to calculate the exact amount that could be charged for the baggage.

For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz at 1-888-808-4123.

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China Airlines Buy One Get one Free Program

by 11. November 2010 01:44

China Airlines, in collaboration with American Express have launched “Buy one Get one Free” Program. The offer avails for the American Express Platinum Card holders willing to travel at the routes from NYC/LAX/SFO/ANC/HNL to TPE/ KHH/ China/ S.E. Asia and Syd/ Bne (Australia) in between 01st Jan 2010 to 31st Dec 2013. All the ticket must be purchased in between 29th Oct 2010 to 31st Dec 2011.

Terms & Conditions

  • Confirmed reservations are required for all sectors, open segment is not permitted;
  • No interline or code – share flights can be involved;
  • Routing of two tickets MUST be identical and the travel will be covered together trough out the entire journey;
  • Business class could be substituted against the unavailability of CI First class tickets;
  • Fare basis for First class: F type and for Business Class: J type;
  • Offer is applicable for one way/ Round Trip/ Circle Trip/ Open Jaw;
  • No DFP mileage upgrade allowed;
  • No re-route / re-issue / refund once travel commenced;
  • No any other promotions can be combined;
  • Other conditions may apply.

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American Airlines introduces Codeshare Flights on airberlin

by 9. November 2010 09:00
American Airlines announced that it has entered into a codeshare relationship with airberlin. The move is aimed at strengthening American Ailrline’s network, particularly in three of its key markets – New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

The second largest carrier in Germany and fifth largest in Europe, airberlin with hubs in Berlin and Dusseldorf currently offers service to more than 160 cities in Europe, Russia, the Middle East and North America.

Besides airberlin, American airline’s codeshare agreement also extends to Austrian-based airline NIKI. The airline NIKI is a strategic partner of airberlin.

Earlier, American Airlines had made its first announcement about the signing of a codeshare agreement with airberlin in July.
 
According to the agreement, AAdvantage members travelling on codeshare flights (booked under the AA flight number) operated by airberlin or NIKI will be able to earn miles in American’s AAdvantage frequent flyer program. In future a more comprehensive agreement is likely to be worked out that would include the ability to earn and redeem miles across each carrier’s network.

Ulf Huttmeyer, Chief Financial Officer, airberlin, said, “The codeshare with American Airlines helps to improve the airberlin network in the United States and provides a foundation for further growth. In addition, passengers flying from the US to our hubs Berlin and Dusseldorf now have the possibility to connect to the multiple airberlin destinations in Germany and Europe.”

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China Airlines introduces new daily services to Tokyo Songshan-Haneda and Kaohsiung-Narita

by 8. November 2010 08:00
China Airlines (CAL) launched new daily services linking Taipei and Kaohsiung to Tokyo on October 31. This would make travel between Taiwan and Japan easier and convenient. The new services include two daily flights (Cl-220/Cl-221 and Cl-222 /Cl-223) between Taipei-Songshan and Tokyo-Haneda airports. Besides, there will be two additional TSA-HND flights code-shared with Japan Airlines (Cl-9220/Cl-9223 and Cl-9222/Cl-9221).

The airline also launched three new round-trip services between Kaohsiung and Tokyo’s Narita International Airport on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays (Cl-102/Cl-103), which will make travel between Japan and southern Taiwan quicker.
 
The Songshan-Haneda flights will save passengers 4-6 hours of round-trip travel time as compared to Taoyuan-Narita services, thus greatly reducing the geographic distance between Taipei and Tokyo.

China Airlines said that it will pass on substantial benefits to passengers in Taiwan to celebrate the new services. According to the airline, all Economy Class passengers will enjoy the same economical ticket fare between Songshan, Taoyuan and Kaohsiung and Tokyo’s Narita or Haneda (not available on code-share flights). Business Class passengers departing from both Songshan and Taoyuan to Haneda and Narita will also enjoy the same air fares. Kaohsiung-Narita Business Class passengers will receive one free bus transportation to Tokyo.

Currently, the airline operates 36 weekly flights between points in Taiwan and Tokyo, as well as a total of 85 weekly flights to nine popular Japanese destinations including Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Okinawa, Miyazaki, Tokyo-Haneda and Tokyo-Narita.

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Etihad Airways offering free stopover in Abu Dhabi, Complimentary nights at luxury hotel

by 8. November 2010 07:56
Etihad Airways has announced that it will reward the passengers who will fly Diamond First Class or Pearl Business Class with a complimentary stay in two of Abu Dhabi’s finest hotels – the Yas Hotel and Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara. The passengers will be given the freedom to choose either of the two hotels.

The breathtaking Yas Hotel is set half on land and half on water, situated on Yas Marina, Yas Marina Circuit, close to the 18-hole Links golf course. The Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort is located in legendary Liwa Desert in the Empty Quarter, the largest uninterrupted sand desert in the world.

The offer is valid only for a limited period and ends on 31st January 2011. For Diamond First Class passengers, the airline is offering 3 nights free accommodation at Qasr Al Sarab by Anantara, or 2 nights at the Yas Hotel, plus limousine transfers. The passengers flying Pearl Business Class will enjoy 2 nights free accommodation at Qasr Al Sarab by Anantara, or 1 night at the Yas Hotel, plus limousine transfers.

The passengers will be required to book the tickets for their respective class.  They will also need to contact their preferred hotel to book their stay. They can either contact Yas Hotel at +971 2 656 0700 or reservations@theyashotel.com or Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara at reservationsqas@anantara.com to get their room confirmation at least 72 hours prior to their arrival. They will also have to present the Etihad Airways boarding card upon check-in for the bookings to be honored.

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Travelers from Budapest to undergo extra security checks at Amsterdam Airport

by 2. November 2010 10:56
All travelers from Budapest to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol will now require undergoing an extra security check upon arrival.
 
The new regulations have been made mandatory by the European Union.

Flight schedules of some of the flights from Budapest to Amsterdam have been adjusted to ensure that travelers from Budapest via Amsterdam are able to catch their connecting European or intercontinental flight.

The flight schedules are as follows:
  • KL 1972 (06.50h – 09.00h) – new schedule: 06.30h – 08.40h
  • KL 1976 (13.25h -15.35h) – new schedule: 13.10h – 15.20h
  • KL 1978 (17.30h – 19.40h) – new schedule: 17.25h – 19.35h
Usually, a passenger travelling from Budapest via Amsterdam generally needs a minimum transfer time, which is 40 minutes to catch a European flight and 50 minutes for an intercontinental flight. However, with the new regulations in place a passenger would need another extra 20 minutes to undergo the extra security check upon arrival.

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British Airways retires Boeing 757 from its fleet after 27 years operations

by 2. November 2010 10:53
British Airways has retired the Boeing 757 from its fleet after 27 years of operations. The announcement was made October 30.

The airline had inducted Boeing 757 in its fleet in February 1983 on shuttle services from London and Heathrow. It also flew from London Gatwick and with the airline’s regional divisions, and with its former charter arm, Caledonian Airways.
 
The airline’s last three 757s, which were retired on October 30, will now be converted to freighters and operated by FedEx Express.

Peter Lynam, British Airway’s head of network operations, said, “The 757 is probably the most flexible aircraft BA has had, and we’ll miss it. It has been used all over the network – European routes and long-haul routes as well as from Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow to North America.”

The airbus will now operate on those routes within the UK and to Europe, which were being serviced by 757s.

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