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JetBlue’s Latest Sale Includes $39 One-way Tickets — Here's Where You Can Go - travelandleisure.com - Belize
travelandleisure.com
16.04.2024 / 16:21

JetBlue’s Latest Sale Includes $39 One-way Tickets — Here's Where You Can Go

JetBlue’s latest fare sale has landed — and travelers can snag flights for as little as $39 one-way to dozens of destinations.

Introducing The Pendulum App: Your Ticket To The Best Travel And Lifestyle Perks - forbes.com - New York - city New York - county Miami
forbes.com
08.04.2024 / 23:39

Introducing The Pendulum App: Your Ticket To The Best Travel And Lifestyle Perks

As a global traveler who loves and covers all things luxury, I’m always looking for a connection no matter where in the world I am- something that gives me the edge to enjoy an experience that few others can claim to have. Enter Pendulum, a new app that claims to be the answer to my never ending quest for that insider access.

England’s Alnwick Castle Is A Must-Visit For Harry Potter Fans - forbes.com - Britain
forbes.com
08.04.2024 / 10:49

England’s Alnwick Castle Is A Must-Visit For Harry Potter Fans

In the heart of Northumberland, England, lies a castle and country house that draws history buffs, architectural enthusiasts, and movie fans alike.

We managed to stretch our $12,000 European vacation budget to cover first-class plane tickets and a 12-night cruise. Here's how. - insider.com - Spain - Morocco - Croatia - Italy - Usa - city London - state Florida - county Thomas - Thailand - Malaysia - state Minnesota
insider.com
08.04.2024 / 01:15

We managed to stretch our $12,000 European vacation budget to cover first-class plane tickets and a 12-night cruise. Here's how.

This as-told-to story is based on a conversation with Allie Hubers , a 29-year-old freelance travel writer. It's been edited for length and clarity. Business Insider verified Hubers' expenses.

Venture Ashore introduces 200 new tours for 2024 due to increasing demand - traveldailynews.com - France - Greece - Italy - New York - Mexico - Canada - state Alaska - Vietnam - Thailand - city Omaha
traveldailynews.com
03.04.2024 / 12:13

Venture Ashore introduces 200 new tours for 2024 due to increasing demand

Venture Ashore expands with new tours in Europe, the Caribbean, Asia and North and South America, including Alaska.

Spirit Airlines Expects up to $200 Million for Pratt & Whitney Engine Problems - skift.com - city Las Vegas - state Florida - city Fort Lauderdale - county Lauderdale
skift.com
30.03.2024 / 13:07

Spirit Airlines Expects up to $200 Million for Pratt & Whitney Engine Problems

Spirit Airlines is expecting to receive anywhere from $150 million to $200 million in compensation for grounding some of its planes due to issues with Pratt & Whitney engines. 

Denver Zoo Flamingos Are Named After Rockstars—And Sometimes Hug Fans - forbes.com - Bahamas - Sweden - Usa - Mexico - Chile - Peru - Argentina - Cuba
forbes.com
30.03.2024 / 04:23

Denver Zoo Flamingos Are Named After Rockstars—And Sometimes Hug Fans

Visitors to the Denver Zoo will quickly find out that the flamingos are local celebrities. Collectively, the 70 American and Chilean flamingos are known as flockstars and they’re each named after famous musicians. But recently, one of the zoo’s most endearing flamingos, Amott (named after Guitarist Michael Amott, a heavy metal rocker out of Sweden), gained some new fans far and wide after going viral on TikTok for hugging zoo guests.

It's almost that time again: Dates for presale US Open tickets announced for American Express cardholders - thepointsguy.com - Usa - New York - county Green
thepointsguy.com
29.03.2024 / 16:43

It's almost that time again: Dates for presale US Open tickets announced for American Express cardholders

Tickets for the U.S. Open Tennis Championships go on sale to the general public in early June. It's the final Grand Slam tournament held annually in New York and the crown jewel of the American tennis scene. This year the tournament will take place from Aug. 26 to Sept. 8.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan is restricting partner benefits on award tickets - thepointsguy.com - Japan - Usa - San Francisco - state Alaska - city Tokyo
thepointsguy.com
28.03.2024 / 14:47

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan is restricting partner benefits on award tickets

There's an interesting development, and potentially a negative one, to report from Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. Alaska appears to be banning the use of other programs' loyalty numbers on award tickets when booked with Alaska Mileage Plan.

Official F1 Ticket Packages Now On Sale For Las Vegas And Miami Races - forbes.com - Usa - city Las Vegas - city Miami - state Kentucky
forbes.com
28.03.2024 / 11:35

Official F1 Ticket Packages Now On Sale For Las Vegas And Miami Races

The Inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix was the highest profile new sporting event in the world last year, and the biggest thing to hit Vegas since the city turned its focus to spectator sports. With 315,000 fans over 3-days (according to local news KTNV), it easily outdrew the first Sin City Superbowl, widely considered the biggest event in American sports, which garnered an official attendance of just 61,629, the lowest for any non-pandemic game (though the single day Las Vegas event record is still held by the Grateful Dead at Sam Boyd stadium in 1995 with around 125,000 fans).

Travel Agency Airline Ticket Sales Hit $8.9 Billion in February - travelpulse.com - Usa
travelpulse.com
26.03.2024 / 17:49

Travel Agency Airline Ticket Sales Hit $8.9 Billion in February

February air ticket sales totaled a record $8.9 billion in February for U.S. travel agencies, a figure that is 6 percent higher the same time last year.This February’s staggering air ticket sales also represent the second straight month that agency sales hit such highs, according to Airlines Reporting Corp. (ARC).“Americans continue to prioritize domestic travel in the early part of the year, with year-over-year trips to U.S. destinations outpacing those of international trips,” said Steve Solomon, chief commercial officer at ARC, said in a statement. “Airlines are seeing robust demand from both corporate and leisure travelers, signaling the continued health and anticipated growth in air travel for 2024.”February ancillary sales increased 34 percent year over year to $29 million, while ancillary transactions increased 47 percent to 476,633 over the same period.The ticket sales results are based on monthly sales data ending February 29, 2024, according to ARC.The information was gathered from 10,367 U.S. retail and corporate travel agency locations, satellite ticket printing offices and online travel agencies. The results, however, do not include sales of tickets purchased directly from airlines.Additional highlights from the latest ARC report include:

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