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Christmas - Flight Deals
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Last updated on: Nov 02, 2012

Cheap Flights For Christmas Travel

The celebration of Christmas is a holiday that takes place around the world in Christian civilizations. The religious holiday has turned more commercial over the years but young children look forward to the arrival of Santa Claus and Rudolph while adults enjoy the festive season of parties with friends and family. It is an avid travel time with airfares being offered around the world so people can celebrate in the company of their family and loved ones. Held annually on December 25, Christmas 2014 will take place on a Thursday which means a longer winter vacation time for children in school and many people working in the education sector. Although Christmas is only technically celebrated on that one day, there are numerous Christmas traditions and events that are held leading up to Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Christmas has traditionally been celebrated by Christians around the world but more and more people of different faiths have been joining in on the festivities over the years. Christmas is the annual holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ and marks the end of the Advent season. The date of Jesus’ birth is somewhat debated in the religious world but as of the late fourth century, Christians adopted December 25 as their day of remembrance and celebration and the majority of Christians rejoice in this day as the day of his birth. However, in some countries around the world Christmas is celebrated on January 6, 7 or 19 depending on what type of religious calendar they adhere to in their church.

The religious celebrations of Advent and Christmas-themed services are now intertwined with modern Christmas festival celebrations that vary around the world. Between singing Christmas songs and caroling, buying and exchanging gifts and decorating trees and homes, Christmas comes with many traditions and exciting activities. In America, Christmas activities usually include buying wreaths and trees and setting up lights inside the home and on the shrubs outside. Baking homemade cookies and treats, wrapping presents and volunteering to help the less fortunate are also other popular traditions. In England and around Europe, people get ready for the holiday season by visiting a Christmas market with crafts, mulled wine and lots of food from around the continent. Many of their gifts are purchased here and many people also take advantage of affordable airline tickets around Europe to go skiing or enjoy the winter weather.

Some of the most popular places to take a holiday during the Christmas season are Scandinavia and New York City. Scandinavia is often thought of as the place where Santa Claus, or Saint Nicholas, originated and visiting Lapland in Finland is an enjoyable trip for the whole family. The Santa Claus Village here allows children to meet Santa in the northern most part of Finland, play with reindeer and enjoy all things Christmas. Cheap flights to Lapland can be hard to come by unless booked through Fare Buzz. Booking cheap tickets to New York City is also a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. Visitors can take advantage of the unbeatable shopping, visit the famous Rockefeller tree and go ice skating and also take in a show of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

Terms and Conditions - Fares are round trip, Fares incl. all fuel surcharges and taxes. Tickets are non refundable, non transferable, non-assignable. Name changes are not permitted. Fares are subject to change without notice. Fares subject to availability. There is an additional $30-$50 weekend surcharge each way. There is a higher probability of seats being available at this fare on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. Certain Blackout dates may apply. Holidays & Weekend travel may have a surcharge.Other restrictions may apply.