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Air Mauritius new flights to Shanghai

by 29. July 2011 11:43

Mauritius flag carrier Air Mauritius recently introduced its new flight route to China. The airline said that it will begin flight services to Shanghai on a weekly basis.

Initially, the new flight service will have a stopover in Kuala Lumpur. However, the new route will have a nonstop flight service in the future.

The airline will deploy Airbus A330-200 configured with two classes – Economy Class with 251 seats and Business Class with 24 seats.

Flight Schedule:

Mauritius-Shanghai (on Mondays)

Departure: 22.40 – Arrival: 16.20 (next day)

Shanghai-Mauritius (on Tuesdays)

Departure: 21.25 – Arrival: 07.20 (next day)

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Cheap flight deals by US Airways

by 29. July 2011 11:42

Get ready to save big on your air tickets with special flight deals by US Airways, the national carrier of USA. Here’s amazing promotional offer in Economy Class to various destinations in the US and Canada. To avail this offer, you are required to book your plane tickets up till August 8, 2011. The outbound departure on this incredible offer needs to be carried out from London and Manchester.

Under this offer, cheap flights to Atlanta are available starting from US$ 180.94*. Besides, you can get cheap flights to Chicago starting from US$ 200.50*; cheap flights to Cleveland are available starting from US$ 251.03*; cheap flights to Detroit starting from US$ 234.73*; cheap flights to New York are available starting from US$ 179.31*; cheap flights to San Francisco starting from US$ 265.70*; and many more destinations at highly discounted rates.

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Travel to Wales: The UK’s Lesser Explored Country

by margaret 27. July 2011 10:40

When heading across the pond to the United Kingdom, many will make plenty of time for England and Ireland; some even may head north to Scotland. But outside of people within the UK, you don’t often hear about people visiting Wales, the tiny country west of England. Wales has a lot to offer, from beaches to inland resorts, famous castles and can easily be traveled to through cheap domestic flights within Europe and the UK. When starting your trip in the North of Wales, there are several can’t miss spots. 

Llandudno: The Welsh Resort Town 

For many Englanders, a popular local holiday is heading to the beaches of Wales, something the country has quite a bit of. The north is no exception with the beautiful beach town of Llandudno. Llandudno is Wales’ largest resort town. While home to many modern attractions for tourists to enjoy, boardwalk included, one of the first things you’ll notice are the Victorian style Bed and Breakfasts and hotels that line the beach area. Many locals and tourists will start frequenting the beaches as early as April, and enjoy them through the fall.

Among the gorgeous views of the area lies the Great Orme, which can be accessed by car, cabin lift or a tram system that was built in 1902. The Great Orme features picturesque views from the top and is one of two artificial ski slopes in Wales. One of the best ways to experience it is by driving along the coast, leading all the way up to the Great Orme Summit complex. Once at the summit, on a clear day, you can get views of the Isle of Man and the Lake District in Northern England.



The popular beach resort town of Llandudno from the Boardwalk


Conwy Castle 

Only a quick five minute drive from Llandudno is Conwy, where the famous Conwy Castle lies. Conwy is a walled town, with the primary focus being the can’t miss Conwy Castle, built in only six years between 1283 and 1289, and constructed by Edward I. Visiting Conwy Castle is definitely an experience, as is visiting and walking through any ancient castle in Europe. While a lot of it has deteriorated over the years, guides will tell you where everything was and how it looked as you walk around the Castle grounds. A trek all the way to the top of each tower (a narrow walk by the way!) will give you a magnificent view of the whole town, castle and the railway bridge built to the castle in the 19th century.

Outside of the castle, Conwy is a small town that does offer tourists pubs, restaurants and other little tourist attractions. Head towards the water and you’ll find the smallest house in Great Britain. Measuring in at 10 ft x 6 ft, it was once actually inhabited by a family and most recently by a fisherman who was too tall to even stand up in the house! Today visitors can take a peek inside, for a small fee of course.



A view of the famous Conwy Castle from one of the towers



The Smallest House in Great Britain 



Heading south of Conwy, you’ll run into Wales most popular inland resort town, Betws-y-Coed. The small village, population just 534, is the main village of the famous Snowdonia National Park. The exceptionally beautiful and peaceful area is where the River Conwy meets the River Llugwy and River Lledr. While there isn’t much more than a few café’s and tourist shops, the village shouldn’t be missed on your trip to Northern Wales, even if you’re just stopping by to get a view of the scenery.




The famous lush scenery of Betws-y-Coed  


Hiking Snowdonia 

If you’re into hiking and spending time in the great outdoors, stick around the Snowdonia National Park area after leaving Betws-y-Coed. Here you’ll find trails to hike through, with most people focusing on the popular Snowdon Mountain, though there are several mountains surrounding it that are less busy. There is of course a way of getting to the top if you’re not a fan of hiking or just want to get there quicker. The Snowdon Mountain Railway is available for visitors to get them to the top of Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales.  


A Name You Won’t Forget, But Can’t Remember

Another quick stop on your tour in Northern Wales is the longest named town in Europe (and only one of in the world!). That would be Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. Go ahead, try pronouncing it! Llanfair PG, as it’s commonly shortened to, is village on the island of Anglesey in Wales. Many tourists only stop by on their way through Wales to get a picture of the town sign. Wondering what on earth the translation is? The name of the town means “St Mary's church in the hollow of the white hazel near the rapid whirlpool of Llantysilio of the red cave.” Easy to remember, right!?   



A sign by the train station in town shows the English translation of the long Welsh name 


With everything in such close distance, it’s easy to spend a full day exploring all that North Wales has to offer. Wales is easy to get to through England. You can find cheap flights to London or cheap flights to Europe and make your way over there from a smaller, local airport on one of the many cheap domestic flights. While often forgotten by many, Wales is a wonderful country to explore, through the north and beyond. 

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Spirit Airlines Fares from US$17 for four new routes from Chicago

by 25. July 2011 11:44
Here’s a bonanza for Chicago passengers planning to travel to New York, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit and Boston! US’ leading low cost carrier Spirit Airlines has introduced new services routes to New York, Detroit, Boston and Dallas/Fort Worth from Chicago at amazing low fares starting from US$17 each way, based on roundtrip purchase. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to avail flight tickets for cheap rates and enjoy your travel.

Flight Deals:
  • Boston To Chicago (O'Hare) – Fares From: $47* Each Way – Travel Between: August 20, 2011 thru November 15, 2011
  • Chicago (O'Hare) To Boston – Fares From: $47* Each Way – Travel Between: August 20, 2011 thru November 15, 2011
  • Chicago (O'Hare) To Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) – Fares From: $47* Each Way – Travel Between: August 20, 2011 thru November 15, 2011
  • Chicago (O'Hare) To Detroit – Fares From: $17* Each Way – Travel Between: August 20, 2011 thru November 15, 2011
  • Chicago (O'Hare) To New York (LaGuardia) – Fares From: $47* Each Way – Travel Between: August 20, 2011 thru November 15, 2011
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  • All fares must be booked by 11:59PM ET on July 26, 2011 and are only valid for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays starting August 20, 2011 through November 15, 2011
  • Fares are based each way on roundtrip purchase and roundtrip travel is required, but these fares may be combined with other valid and applicable Spirit Airlines fares on other dates of travel.
Fares are for coach class travel unless otherwise specified.

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Aegean Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines into codeshare agreement

by 25. July 2011 11:32
The Aegean Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) recently entered into codeshare agreement that will allow more options for Scandinavian passengers to have a smooth and quicker access across Europe.

Both, the Aegean Airlines and SAS, are members of Star Alliance, the leading global airline alliance.

With the new codeshare agreement, the Aegean Airlines will now be able to offer Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo as new destinations in its global network to its passengers.

The SAS also stands to gain with the new codeshare agreement. The airline will be able to offer six new destinations as part of its international network, which includes Chania, Larnaka, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Heraklion and Kos.

The SAS is currently operating 12 direct flights between Copenhagen and Athens every week. Under the new codeshare agreement, the two airlines will now get a wide range of options connecting both of them at five European airports, besides providing better connections to Thessaloniki.

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by margaret 25. July 2011 10:36

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Lufthansa Cheap flight deals to Middle East

by 22. July 2011 12:24
If you have been planning to take a summer vacations then here is the news you were waiting to hear!

Lufthansa has released some mouth watering cheap flight deals for the Middle East . These special travel packages currently being offered by the leading German carrier Lufthansa will take you to Amman (Jordan), Beirut (Lebanon), Abu Dhabi (UAE), Doha (Qatar) and Bahrain. The Middle East region has a great deal to offer to tourists of all age, such as desert safari, skydiving, camel races, exquisite coral reefs and beaches, delicious food, and much more.

The inexpensive flight tickets are being offered at astoundingly cheap rates. The travelers from major UK cities like London, Manchester, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Birmingham can avail these cheap promotional airfares this summer to the Middle East.

Cheap flights from London to Amman are available starting from US$508.31 only; for Beirut US$503.42 only; for Abu Dhabi from US$568.59; for Doha from US$650.05 and for Bahrain from US$650.05 only.      

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To Cruise, or Not To Cruise

by margaret 21. July 2011 12:00

When it comes to traveling, I like to go where I want to go. If there are cheap flight tickets for the weekend to a place I’ve never been, I’ll take it! But going on a tour while I’m there? Forget about it! I’m there to see things that I’ve read about in magazines and blogs, eat where I want to eat and not necessarily end up in the most touristy of spots. And I know I’m not the only one. Travelers all over the world forgo the guidebook and do as they please while on vacation. So a cruise really isn’t the type of vacation for us. Or is it? I asked Carrie Finley-Bajak of Cruise Buzz to try and convince me and travelers like me to go on a cruise. Let’s see if she can get the job done!

Not to Cruise

The one thing that always deterred me from wanting to go on the cruise was the idea of being trapped on a boat (albeit a giant boat!) for days in the middle of the ocean. That’s of course a rather dramatic way of looking at things though! While you are on the boat for days at a time sometimes, people always seem to be on some sort of schedule. Anytime I’ve watched a travel show or listened to friend’s story about their cruising experiences, it all seems to revolve around doing activities when other people wanted you to do them. You dock into the port and only have a certain amount of time to see the local area you’re in. That kind of thing is great for some people, but it’s never really appealed to me. It’d be like the time I was trapped at an all-inclusive resort with nowhere interesting to go (apparently the idea there is to relax!).

 What is your opinion on cruising the open seas? Photo by Thomas Quine, Creative Commons


To Cruise 

Let’s start the convincing! I asked Finley-Bajak why a traveler like me would want to go on a cruise. “First off, anyone that loves water will probably enjoy a cruise. The challenge is to match the right cruise line to the individual. There are plenty of choices, so assuming that a person does not suffer from severe motion sickness, I am confident that cruising is a good choice.” Ok, so we have options it seems. And who isn’t a fan of spending some time in the water?

There are all sorts of travelers out there that cruises can appeal to. The one you might think would least enjoy a cruise are people whose entire vacation is based around outdoor activities like kayaking, boating, skiing, hiking and more. If you’re one of them, then according to Finley-Bajak, there are actually cruises out there for you. “For adventure cruisers that want to use the boat/ship to access remote places of Alaska, the Galapagos, and Antarctica there are small cruise lines or smaller cruises in larger fleets.”

Whether it’s a vineyard in France or a historical bar in Philly, when I travel, everything seems to center around food and drinks. To my excitement, there are cruise ships out there that cater to the foodie in all of us! Many larger luxury ships offer wine events and hangouts for foodies. “Foodies will love ships with facilities that allow for learning: Oceania Marina and the larger Holland America Line ships have purpose-built facilities for cooking,” mentions Finley-Bajak.

Overall, the best tip that came my way for first time cruisers though is to take one close to home. Out of New York, there are actually overnight cruises to nowhere. This gives you a chance to experience what it’s like to be on a cruise ship for a night, and see if you’d like to go on a longer outing in the future. Finley-Bajak does suggest staying close to home for your first cruise, and cheap tickets can always be found for first-timers cruising around the Caribbean. 


Where Will You Cruise? 

So adventurous travelers, are you convinced? While I admit I’ll never tire of traveling off the beaten path, I would be curious to try out a specific cruise that caters to my travel needs and interests. If there’s enough to keep me entertained between ports, then ok, I’ll try one!

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Cathay Pacific Airways Cheap flight deals to Hong Kong

by 21. July 2011 09:31
Is Asia’s incredible world city, Hong Kong, your next holiday destination? Here’s a bonanza for you by Cathay Pacific Airways.

Head off to Hong Kong to see its unique blend of Eastern and Western heritage, its spectacular harbors, outlying islands and splendor of rural mountains, at amazing flight deals and packages.

Cathay Pacific Airways is offering Hong Kong Air & Hotel SuperCity Package at an amazing price. The package is applicable for flights from New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Basic package includes:
  • Roundtrip Economy Class flights from the U.S. (LAX/JFK/SFO/ORD) to Hong Kong
  • 2 nights accommodation at a hotel of your choice
  • Airport to hotel transfers in seat-in-coach (bus) or Airport Express Line (express train) (where applicable)
  • Travel insurance for peace of mind
  • Flights are eligible for Asia Miles accrual
  • Additional hotel nights can purchased to a maximum of 14 nights.
These packages are for travel from now until October 31, 2011.

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Direct Yangon-Jakarta-Bali Flight Service by Myanmar Airways International in November

by 21. July 2011 09:30
Myanmar’s flag carrier Myanmar Airways International recently said that it will begin direct flight service in November 2011 linking Yangon with Bali and Jakarta.

The flight service is being started in an attempt to boost the bilateral trade between Myanmar and Indonesia.

The decision to start the direct Yangon-Jakarta-Bali flight service has come after the recent visit of Myanmar President U Thein Sein to Indonesia this year in May.

Thein Sein said that the plan to start a direct flight service linking Yangon with Jakarta and Bali by Myanmar Airways International is keeping in view the potential of the two countries in the tourism sector with both having beautiful beaches, scenery and historic cultural heritage.

The airline also said that there were plans to introduce Yangon-Singapore-Jakarta flights soon. Besides, a direct flight service between Yangon and Dubai will also be started in October 2011. The airline is also planning more flights to Qatar, UAE, Japan and South Korea.

The Myanmar Airways International is currently operating flight services from Yangon to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Gaya, Guangzhou and Siem Reap.

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