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Swiss Airlines - Discount Business Class Fares

by Walter 5. January 2010 07:36

Swiss Airlines is offering Discount Business Class fares to Zurich and Mumbai from New York. Passengers traveling to Zurich have to pay $3377 plus taxes (Roundtrip) for Business Class Travel and passengers traveling to Mumbai have to pay $3582 plus taxes (Roundtrip) for Business Class Travel. So if you are traveling to this fall you can take advantage of these discount business class airfares along with Swiss Air world class in-flight services. To avail the best rates call our business travel hotline 1-800-847-1963.

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Thai Airways - Business Class Special New Year Airfares

by Walter 28. December 2009 11:40

Thai Airways, the national carrier of Thailand, is offering Business Class Special New Year Airfares and an extended Cheap Business Class Travel to Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Kathmandu, and Dubai till 31 March 2010. This New Year special Business Class fares is now available for outbound Travel from 8th January to 31st March 2010. Tickets can be purchased till 01/31/2010. So if you are traveling to any of these Asian cities, this fall you can take advantage of Thai Airways discount business class airfares along with their world class in-flight services.
To avail the best rates call our business travel hotline 1-800-847-1963 or use Ratedesk for a quote request.       

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EL AL Business Class Special Deals for Matmid Club Members

by Walter 28. December 2009 11:04

EL AL Airlines, the national airline of Israel, is pleased to introduce Business Class Special deals for its Matmid Club members. Members traveling round trip from the USA to Tel Aviv departing January 1 - 31, 2010 are eligible for these special Offers. The Special Offers for Business Class Passengers are given below:

- From New York (JFK & Newark) $2949* + 300 Matmid points required
- From Los Angeles $3449* + 300 Matmid points required

Business Class Passengers Traveling to Tel Aviv from New York, Newark and Los Angeles can benefit of these special and low business class airfares, however these special business class deals are more beneficial if you are a Matmid Club member of EL AL Airlines. So Hurry up!! Book your Discount Business Class Travel to Tel Aviv now, Call our business travel hotline 1-800-847-1963 .                     

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Discover the world with Qatar Airways Holidays

by Walter 21. December 2009 12:36

Qatar Airways Holidays is the leisure travel division of Qatar Airways, and the premium airways is offering a diverse range of quality lifestyle holidays for the discerning traveler. Special holiday packages, introduced by Qatar Airways Holidays, reflect the feeling of fun and excitement in diverse cities and resorts.

Whether you plan a short or a long haul holiday break choose Qatar Airways Holidays with tailor-made Packages from Qatar Airways, to more than 80 destinations worldwide. To Book your luxurious vacation packages with Qatar Airways call our business travel hotline 1-800-847-1963.

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Business Travel View - Singapore

by Walter 2. December 2009 11:37

The tiny city state of Singapore is one of the world’s most dynamic economichubs. Founded as a British trading colony and naval base in the early 1800s, thisonce sleepy fishing village is now included in the list of the most prosperous countriesin the world. Singapore which today is home to one of the busiest ports in the worldis now a thoroughly modern city whose constantly changing skyline is dotted withtowering skyscrapers. This island nation is equipped with a natural harbor whichis also its most important natural resource as it enables Singapore to functionas a successful trading post. In fact the importance of international trade to theSingapore economy cannot be overstated as the total value of Singapore’s tradeis almost three times its GDP.

Singapore is a vibrant multicultural society which is populated by native Chinese,Malay and Indian populations. This energetic city state’s economy is largelypowered by the services sector as is possesses little or no natural resources. Sincethe late 1970’s the Singaporean government however has followed an aggressivepolicy of promoting export oriented and service industries with a view to establishingSingapore as a prominent economic powerhouse in the South East Asian region. Thispolicy has now been expanded to include the development and growth of biomedicaland pharmaceutical industries as well. The main industries that characterize theSingaporean economy include trading, shipbuilding and repairing, oil refining anddistribution, electronics and information technology, banking and finance and tourism.Singapore annually receives more than 10 million foreign tourists who head to thisbustling city to avail of its various shopping, sightseeing and dining opportunities.

This 268 square-mile island city-state which is located at the tip of peninsularMalaysia is also home to the regional headquarters of various global finance companies,banks and multi-national corporations like SAP Singapore, Google South East Asiaand Oracle Asia Pacific which employ a large number of expat workers. In fact Singaporeis considered to be one of the easiest places for a foreign company to incorporateand grow its business as the Singaporean government has always encouraged the developmentand growth of international business relationships and to fulfill this goal it hasactively courted foreign talent down the ages. Aside from all this hectic businessactivity, Singapore is also considered to be a choice destination for meetings,incentive travel and conferences and events(MICE) as it is equipped with world classconvention and conference facilities in the form of the Suntec International Conventionand Exhibition Center and the gargantuan Singapore Expo.

All these various factors have contributed to Singapore being regarded as an immenselyimportant destination on the business traveler’s map. To cater to this constant,year round influx of business and leisure travelers, Singapore has equipped itselfwith a world class international airport and an excellent public transport system.Singapore’s Changi airport which is located at distance of 12 miles from itsCentral Business District, has consistently been rated as one of the premier airportsof the world as it plays host to almost all the major airlines of the world. Similarly,the city state’s homegrown airline, Singapore Airlines which connects the island nation to numerous destinationsaround the globe ranks highly with all types of travelers.

Singapore is also well equipped with a wide variety of hotels which cater to all kinds of budgets, however businesstravelers to Singapore especially enjoy the accommodation options offered by themany Singapore based business-centric hotels like the Pan Pacific, Raffles the plaza,the Four Seasons Singapore, the Fullerton and the Ritz Carlton Millennia. The citystate is also renowned as a food lover’s paradise which renowned for its traditionalhawker centers that offer a smorgasbord of local and regional eats as well as numeroushigh end restaurants like Indo Chine, Au Jardin Les Amis, Iggys, Graze, Club Chinoisand One Rochester all of which offer countless opportunities for corporate diningand entertaining.

Travel to Singapore from the US usually involves a long haul flight and if yourcompany’s business necessitates frequent trips to this dynamic and exuberantcity state then you might want to consider using the efficient and cost effectiveservices of the New York based travel management company, Fare Buzz. Business class tickets from the US to Singaporeare very expensive as they are usually priced over $6000 but you can manage to procurethese business class tickets at deeply discounted prices by partnering with FareBuzz which is a leading supplier of cheap business class airfares.

Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines, FareBuzz is able to procure cheap businessclass flights to nearly every destination in the world. It is worth mentioningthat these cheapbusiness class tickets come with all the perks that are normally associatedwith regular business class tickets like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats.Further the customer service team at Fare Buzz which is available on hand all sevendays of the week is made up of knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are dedicatedto finding the most cost effective business class travel packages for their clients as in addition to airlines, Fare Buzz also has an exclusiverelationship with over 10,000 hotel properties located all over the world. So beforeyou embark on your next oriental odyssey, be sure to call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 to score the ‘best’ business travel deal for your trip to Singapore.

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Effective Ways to Reduce Business Travel Costs

by Walter 12. November 2009 13:12

Business travel is considered to be an essential tool of commerce in both large and small companies. In fact small companies seem to have a greater reliance on business travel as they often lack the visibility of large companies. Moreover small companies have to compete with large companies in order to acquire new customers as a result of which they have to often invest in substantially in business travel for face to face client and sales generating meetings. It is estimated that in large firms business travel costs make up three to five percent of sales but in smaller companies this business travel component tends to be much higher.

A recent study conducted by the economic forecasting agency, Oxford Economics states that there is a definite link between business travel and corporate profitability. It goes on to add that every dollar spent on travel by a US company can generate an average of $3.80 in profit and a $12.50 in revenue. However, due to the current ongoing economic downturn, several companies across the board have cut back or drastically reduced their business travel spends in recent months. The study concludes that this should be considered as ‘a penny wise and pound foolish approach’ as the bottom line benefits that accrue from business travel are in fact achieved by most businesses over a long time horizon.

Rather than cutting back or eliminating business travel totally, companies should look to reduce and effectively manage their business travel costs in order to continue to avail of the advantages of business travel in a challenging economic climate. Travel expenses can be managed more efficiently if a company takes these simple actions toward organizing its travel activity and curbing its business travel spending.

Essential business travel trips
Companies who have a regional or global footprint tend to rely quite extensively on business travel, however if business travel costs need to be reduced, then such companies should try to limit their business travel to essential trips that only involve face-to-face client meetings and to those trips which are exclusively sales related or meant solely for incentive purposes.

Partnering with a travel agency
If you are looking to reduce business travel costs for your company and do not have a partnership with a business travel agency now is the time to get one. A professional travel agency like the New York City based travel agency, Fare Buzz can help you outline your travel goals and build and enforce a business travel policy that fits your budget and business goals.

Negotiating with suppliers
After you have outlined your goals and set down the rules for employee travel, you can then attempt to renegotiate rates with your regular suppliers like airlines or hotels or even shop around for new lower cost suppliers. However if you attempt to do this on your own you might not be as successful as you would be if you allowed your partner agency, Fare Buzz to negotiate on your behalf. Fare Buzz has exclusive contracts with more than sixty domestic and international airlines and can thus effectively negotiate to acquire cheap business class air fares which are especially required for long haul international business travel journeys.

However Fare Buzz’s services are not just limited to airlines as the company also has an exclusive relationship with a wide network of more than 100,000 diverse hotel properties and can also secure bargains from your preferred hotel chains to meet your business travel needs.

Free travel on award tickets
Fare Buzz is the country’s leading supplier of cheap business class tickets. Fare Buzz through its special relationship with a whole host of airlines manages to procure wholesale cheap business class flights which it then offers for sale to its clients. These cheap business class airline tickets are not lacking in any way as they come loaded with all the perks of full priced tickets like mileage accrual. Miles so earned can then be used to procure free future business class travel and further savings. In fact Fare Buzz also operates its own rewards program in conjunction with American Express rewards cards and every flight, hotel, vacation package and car rental booking that you book through Fare Buzz earns you points which can be redeemed at more than 200 of the nation’s retail and travel outlets.

Monitoring reports to track business travel spending
The travel team at Fare Buzz is made up of experienced and knowledgeable travel consultants who are on hand seven days a week to help you find the best airline business class fares and hotel deals for all your business travel. The team at Fare Buzz can also help you monitor your business travel expenditure by providing you with reports that illustrate all your business travel expenditure along with details like names of staff who are booking trips.

So if you are looking for innovative ways to reduce your company’s business travel spends or are even looking for options to effectively manage your annual travel budget do get in touch with the best business travel solutions provider, the New York City based travel agency Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 today.    

 

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Business Travel View - Johannesburg

by Walter 4. November 2009 12:04
The city of Johannesburg which is popularly known as ‘Joburg’ or ‘Jozi’ or ‘eGoli’(the city of gold) is the largest city of the Republic of South Africa and its commercial and financial capital. Johannesburg which was established on the largest gold reserves in the world is located in one of the wealthiest provinces in South Africa, the Gauteng province. The city over the years has evolved into an important center for business from its humble beginning as a gold mining boomtown though the gold and diamond mining industry continues to be of utmost importance in this city which is often referred to ‘the economic motor’ of the South African Economy.

There is an enormous concentration on business in Johannesburg and the city is also home to The Johannesburg Stock Exchange which was founded in 1887. The JSE is the 16th largest stock exchange in the world in terms of market capitalization and it functions as the centre of the capital markets for the whole of southern Africa. Further Johannesburg produces one fifth of South Africa’s gross domestic product and it hosts nearly 74 percent of national corporate headquarters in its various business districts as well as numerous mining and big banking and investment companies. Several international concerns in the fields of finance, telecommunications and media like Barclays, Telekom, Vodacom, MTN, IBM , PQ Holdings and Dimension Date also have a presence in Johannesburg which is considered to be extremely conducive for business as it is well equipped with some of the world’s most sophisticated banking and IT systems .

Tourism is yet another important industry in Johannesburg as the city is largely considered to be the gateway to the famous game parks of South Africa. Johannesburg is a lively metropolis which offers a wide spectrum of cultures that display European and African influences and the city is well served by its modern O. R. Tambo International Airport which receives almost all the major airlines of the world.

Some of the most popular business hotels located within northern residential neighbor hoods include the famous old-world establishment, The Westcliff which is located atop a hill in one of Johannesburg’s most exclusive neighborhoods, the Johannesburg Park Hyatt which is located in Rosebank and the Melrose Arch Hotel, the Michelangelo and the Peech Hotel all of which are located in Sandton, the suburban-style business district which is situated north of downtown Johannesburg.

Apart from these fine hotels, the global city of Johannesburg also offers many fine dining and trendy restaurants like Sides at the Ten Bompas Hotel, Moyo at the Melrose Arch Hotel, as well as several stand alone establishments like Pomegranate in Melville and Bite, Addictions and Café Flo all of which are located in the neighborhood of Greenside. These restaurants offer the business traveler the chance to unwind and relax after a long work day.

Additionally Johannesburg also offers a wealth of cultural attractions for those travelers who learn about the history of the city. Some of Johannesburg’s most popular sites include the Gold Reef City which catalogues the city’s evolution from a gold mining boom town, the Apartheid Museum and the historic suburb of Soweto and The Cradle of Humankind which is fascinating site that is located on the outskirts of Johannesburg that traces the origin of human kind through its large collection of hominid fossils.

For someone who is based in the US, a Business trip to Johannesburg may seem like a journey to the end of the earth for the flight time from the east coast of the USA to this South African city easily extends over twenty hours. If you or your colleagues need to travel to Johannesburg for business routinely then the only way you can hope to arrive at your destination in meeting-ready shape is to travel in the business class cabin of an airline that flies to Johannesburg though business class tickets to South Africa from the US cost a pretty penny as they are often priced over $5000.

However your company can easily manage to procure cheap business class travel deals by partnering with a travel solutions company like the New York City based Fare Buzz which specializes in cheap business class airfares. Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines Fare Buzz is able to procure cheap business class flights to nearly every destination in the world. It is worth mentioning that these cheap business class tickets come with all the perks that are normally associated with regular business class tickets like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats. Further the customer service team at Fare Buzz which on hand all seven days of the week is made up of knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are dedicated to finding the most cost effective business class travel packages for their clients. So don't wait any longer, pick up the phone and call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 to score the ‘best’ business travel deal for your business trip to the ‘dark continent’ today.

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Business Travel View - Sydney

by Walter 21. October 2009 12:09
The Australian city of Sydney conjures up images of great beaches, a laid-back lifestyle and amenable sunny weather, however apart from being a favored tourist destination; Sydney which is also the largest city in Australia is an important center for global business which is firmly entrenched on the business travel map.

The harbor front city of Sydney is the capital of the Australian state of New South Wales and it is a pulsating economic powerhouse which hosts the headquarters of many large Australian companies like Caltex Australia, the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, and Woolworths as well as well as the Asia–Pacific and Australian headquarters of scores of multinational companies and the world’s many leading banks like Citigroup, UBS, Mizuho Corporate Bank, HSBC Bank and Deutsche Bank. Sydney which is also home to the Australian Securities Exchange and the Reserve Bank of Australia is located in a time zone that is 10- 11 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and hence is the first city to open for business every day. This means that it’s Stocks and Futures exchanges often sets the trends for trading patterns throughout the world’s stock markets.

Some of the major industries that are based in Sydney include finance and insurance, pharmaceuticals, communications, biotechnology and call centers though the city is also a popular location for conferences and conventions which is equipped with world class facilities that can accommodate any kind of kind of presentations, seminars, and team building exercises. Some popular conference venues in Sydney are the Sydney Convention and Exhibition center, the SMC Conference and Function Center and the Harbor Edge Events Center along with the facilities which are located within city’s many hotels like the conference favorites, the Sydney Harbor Marriott hotel and The Observatory Hotel.

Some of the important conferences that have been held in Sydney in recent times and have attracted participants from all over the world include events like the 2008 Youth Day, the 2007 International AIDS Society Conference and the 2007 Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. The business event calendar for this lively Australian city which is world renowned for its stunning scenery, excellent infrastructure and vibrant multicultural society currently includes events like the 7th International Orthodontic Congress which is due to be held here in February 2010, the Lions Clubs International Convention which will be hosted in July 2010 and the Annual World Congress of the Human Proteome Organization which is to be held in September 2010.

To cater to the needs of many business and leisure travelers that arrive on its shores all throughout the year, Sydney, the gateway city of Australia is equipped with a highly efficient and easily accessible international airport, the Kingsford Smith Airport which has been in operation since 1920 though it was upgraded and modernized for the hosting of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Aside from its international airport, Sydney is also equipped with a wide range of hotels which are well equipped to meet all the various requirements of the business travel community. Some of the most popular business travel hotels in Sydney are the Intercontinental Sydney, the Westin Sydney, the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, The Sheraton on the Park and the Park Hyatt. Most of these hotels are located in the heart of Sydney within walking distance of its Central Business District (CBD) and popular attractions like the Darling Harbor, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Rocks which is the site of Sydney’s first settlement in 1788. This area is close to Sydney’s famous harbor bridge, the Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay and hosts a great Saturday market as well as many pubs and souvenir shops.

Sydney’s popularity as a prime business travel destination can also be attributed to its thriving nightlife scene which embodies the city’s mantra of working and partying hard and it is populated with top notch bars, restaurants and nightclubs which offer the business traveler numerous choices to unwind and relax after a hard work day or to even continue to conduct business after office hours.

If you need to travel to Sydney for business or a work related conference or seminar your journey from the US will most definitely involve an extremely long haul flight which may or may not have a layover in an Asian city. The only way then you can hope to arrive in Sydney in meeting-ready shape is to travel in the business class cabin of your preferred carrier though business class tickets to Australia from the US are prohibitively expensive as they are usually are priced over $9000. If you or your colleagues need to make this transcontinental trip a couple of times a year then these huge costs can eat into your company’s annual travel budget quite rapidly.

However your company can easily manage to procure cheap business class travel deals by partnering with a travel solutions company like the New York City based Fare Buzz which specializes in cheap business class airfares. Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines Fare Buzz is able to procure cheap business class flights to nearly every destination in the world. It is worth mentioning that these cheap business class e tickets come with all the perks that are normally associated with regular business class tickets like mileage accrual and pre-assigned seats. Further the customer service team at Fare Buzz which is available on all seven days of the week is made up of knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are dedicated to finding the most cost effective business class travel packages for their . So why wait any longer, pick up the phone and call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963 to score the ‘best’ business travel deal for your trip to Sydney today.   

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Business Travel View - Tel Aviv

by Walter 14. October 2009 18:27
Tel Aviv, the second largest city in Israel is its economic hub and financial center. The city has often been described as a ‘flourishing technological center’ for Tel Aviv has a booming high-tech industry which is an important and influential center for research and development. The city and its satellite towns of Herzliya and Petah Tikya are home to countless domestic startups as well as local and international venture capitalist firms and it is estimated that Israel has more publicly traded companies on the Nasdaq stock market than any other country outside North America. Further it is believed that these Israeli start-ups attract more venture capital funding than any country outside North America so much so that the city of Tel Aviv is often described as ‘Silicon Wadi.’ Tel Aviv’s high tech industry today contributes greatly to the country’s export sector and technologies developed here can be found in the products of various multi-national companies in the spheres of computers, information systems, medicine, optics, consumer goods and software.

Aside from being a technological hot spot, Tel Aviv is also an important financial center of the Middle East and the city is home to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) which is Israel’s only stock exchange. The TASE which has a listing of more than 600 publicly traded companies is located on a street called Ahad Ha’am which is situated within the environs of Tel Aviv’s ‘White City’. Tel Aviv’s White City was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003 and it consists of a cluster of nearly 4000 Bauhaus or International Style buildings which were built in Tel Aviv in the 1930’s by German Jewish architects who immigrated to Tel Aviv in an effort to escape the Nazis.

In addition to finance and technology, Tel Aviv also has several other industries like chemical processing, textiles and food manufacturing. Moreover Tel Aviv is also located in close proximity to the city of Ramat Gan which hosts the world’s largest diamond exchange and functions as a Mecca for the global gem dealing community.

All this varied and bustling economic activity has firmly established Tel Aviv as an important center on the global business traveler’s map and this lively city receives a constant flow of business travelers all year long who access the city via its excellent Ben-Guiron International Airport. To meet the needs of these business travelers, Tel Aviv is equipped a wide variety of business hotels like the David Intercontinental, The Tel Aviv Hilton and The Sheraton City Tower

Tel Aviv is also known to be one of the most ‘connected’ cities of the Middle East and consequently most four star and five star hotels in the city are equipped with business lounges that offer several business essential services like free Wi-Fi, faxing and printing services, typing and basic translating services which are invaluable for the business traveler. Additionally Tel Aviv is also equipped with several free Wi-Fi hotspots which can be found at city parks, restaurants, shopping centers, gas stations and outlets of coffee shop chains like Arcaffè, Aroma, Coffee-To-Go and Ilan's.

However it’s not all work and no play in Tel Aviv as the city is renowned for its pulsating nightlife which is concentrated on its many lively bars and restaurants that line its beach front. Additionally the city is also equipped with theaters, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Tel Aviv Opera House and the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra all of which provide a welcome diversion for business travelers looking for a chance to unwind and relax after a day of hard negotiations.

If you need to travel to Tel Aviv on business, your journey from the US will almost always involve a long haul flight with a possible layover in Europe. The only way you can hope to cope with the resultant jet lag and the fatigue from such a journey is to travel in the business class cabin of a carrier that provides a connection to Tel Aviv. Business class tickets from the US to Tel Aviv can cost anywhere upwards of $3000 and if you need to travel to Tel Aviv often, these prohibitive costs can eat into your company’s annual travel budget quite rapidly.

However you can easily manage to procure cheap business class tickets for all your business class travel to Tel Aviv by availing of the highly cost effective and efficient services of a business class travel specialist, like the New York City based travel management company, Fare Buzz. Fare Buzz is a leading supplier of cheap business class flights. Through its contracts with over sixty domestic and international airlines it is able to procure cheap business class airfares to nearly every global destination. You can actually expect to have savings of nearly 70% when you book your company’s business class travel through Fare Buzz instead of regular channels. Moreover the travel desk at Fare Buzz is manned by knowledgeable and experienced personnel who are on hand seven days a week to help you with all the travel planning necessary for your journey to high- tech hotspot of Tel Aviv. Do call Business Class hotline at Fare Buzz, 1-800-847-1963 to procure the most competitive and affordable business travel deal to Tel Aviv today.

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Good News for Business Travelers!!

by Walter 28. May 2009 10:05
OpenSkies Airlines is offering a free companion ticket with the purchase of a business class ticket. This offer is good for a limited time period and ends May 31st, 2009. All bookings have to be made by May 31st, 2009. OpenSkies which is a British Airways subsidiary operates non-stop between New York & Paris and New York & Amsterdam. Infact, it is the only airline that operates all business class flights from New York to Paris and New York to Amsterdam. OpensSkies offers Cheap Business Class Airfares which are comparatively much lower than most other airlines. Since this offer ends soon, the best way to make reservations is by calling 1-888-808-4123 or email Ratedesk@farebuzz.com

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