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ASTA Launches Social Media Contest Ahead of Global Travel Advisor Day - travelpulse.com - Austria - Usa - city Vienna, Austria - Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
travelpulse.com
16.04.2024 / 21:59

ASTA Launches Social Media Contest Ahead of Global Travel Advisor Day

The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) is celebrating Global Travel Advisor Day ahead of May 1 by giving away a handful of exciting prizes.During ASTA's social media contest, advisors can win a set of two roundtrip tickets on Southwest Airlines, registration for the sold-out 2025 River Cruise Expo on Vienna, Austria and a grand prize of a four-night stay at the new Sandals Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Resort.

EasyJet celebrates the opening of its new base in Alicante - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - city Amsterdam - Britain - city Manchester - city London - county Bristol - county Geneva
breakingtravelnews.com
15.04.2024 / 04:34

EasyJet celebrates the opening of its new base in Alicante

easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, celebrated the opening of its new base at Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández airport, a step that further strengthens its presence in Spain, where it now has 4 bases. The first flight operated by Alicante based aircraft and crew took off on Sunday 31 March at 6.00 am to Glasgow with Captain Daniel Ankerso in command. The airline has allocated three aircraft of the A320 family at Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández airport, generating around 100 direct jobs for pilots and crew. The opening of this new seasonal base, which will be operational from March to October, consolidates easyJet’s position in Spain, with 19 aircraft based in the country and around 900 people employed on local contracts.

ITA Airways Launches Direct Route Connecting Chicago and Rome - breakingtravelnews.com - Italy - Usa - New York - city Boston - San Francisco - state Washington - city Rome - county Miami - region Mediterranean - Los Angeles, county Miami
breakingtravelnews.com
15.04.2024 / 04:33

ITA Airways Launches Direct Route Connecting Chicago and Rome

The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) joined representatives from ITA Airways and the Consul General of Italy in Chicago to celebrate the launch of the carrier’s new service from O’Hare International Airport to Rome-Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino International Airport (FCO) in the Italian capital.

Getting to the Caribbean From the West Coast Is Now Easier Than Ever - afar.com - Bahamas - Los Angeles - Usa - Mexico - city Atlanta - Nassau, Bahamas - San Francisco - city Portland - state Alaska - city Seattle - county Miami - state Oregon - county York - state New York - city Tacoma - county Pacific
afar.com
13.04.2024 / 01:01

Getting to the Caribbean From the West Coast Is Now Easier Than Ever

Travelers who live on the West Coast of the United States have long bemoaned the lack of direct flights to the Caribbean from international airports in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Normally, flying to the Caribbean from the West Coast requires stopovers and plane changes in hubs like Atlanta, New York, Houston, or Miami. Between the time difference and the layovers, flying from the West Coast to the Caribbean can easily take at least a full day—or may even require an overnight stop. With closer warm-weather destinations like Mexico and Hawai‘i beckoning, many travelers in the Pacific time zone simply skip the Caribbean.

Global airlines are governed by strict 'freedoms of the air' dating back 80 years. They've created some funky routes. - insider.com - Eu - Australia - New Zealand - Usa - New York - city New York - city Chicago - city Newark - Philippines - Singapore - city Singapore - city Athens - city Dubai
insider.com
12.04.2024 / 09:03

Global airlines are governed by strict 'freedoms of the air' dating back 80 years. They've created some funky routes.

Over the past 100 years of shuttling people around the globe in metal flying machines, the world's aviation network has grown into a vast web of intersecting routes that connect nearly every corner of the globe.

Travelers Just Ranked These Priority Pass Lounges as the World’s Best - afar.com - Usa
afar.com
11.04.2024 / 15:21

Travelers Just Ranked These Priority Pass Lounges as the World’s Best

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Receive Admirals Club lounge access with generous new British Airways status match for US travelers - thepointsguy.com - Norway - Switzerland - Britain - Usa - Mexico - Canada - state Alaska - parish Iberia
thepointsguy.com
09.04.2024 / 19:49

Receive Admirals Club lounge access with generous new British Airways status match for US travelers

British Airways is offering a generous limited-time status match offer for U.S.-based members of its loyalty program, British Airways Executive Club.

Book now: Turkish Airlines business class award availability for summer and fall travel - thepointsguy.com - Usa - city Denver - Canada - Turkey - Denver - city Istanbul
thepointsguy.com
05.04.2024 / 22:55

Book now: Turkish Airlines business class award availability for summer and fall travel

Beginning on June 11, Turkish Airlines will launch a new nonstop route from Denver International Airport (DEN) to Istanbul Airport (IST). To kick off the exciting new transcontinental flight, several Star Alliance partners are offering business-class award seats for as low as 88,000 miles with open availability from July through late fall, first reported by Instagram user @Findflightsforme.

Quick points: How to access Capital One Lounges without a physical credit card - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - Usa - county Dallas - Washington - county Worth
thepointsguy.com
05.04.2024 / 14:57

Quick points: How to access Capital One Lounges without a physical credit card

The Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card has many travel-related benefits, including up to $300 per cardmember year in statement credits toward travel booked through the Capital One Travel portal and the ability to transfer miles to one of the program's many airline and hotel transfer partners.

Tulum's Airport Is Officially Open — See the Flight Schedule for American, Delta, and More U.S. Airlines - travelandleisure.com - Usa - New York - Mexico - city Atlanta - city New York - county Dallas - city Minneapolis - Charlotte - city Detroit - county Miami - Jackson - county Delta - county Worth
travelandleisure.com
04.04.2024 / 16:43

Tulum's Airport Is Officially Open — See the Flight Schedule for American, Delta, and More U.S. Airlines

The Riviera Maya in Mexico has long been an unquestionable destination favorite, lined with dozens of beachfront resorts and a lively nightlife scene. But travelers yearning for a more laidback, bohemian vibe can now fly further south into Tulum’s brand-new Felipe Carrilo Puerto International Airport (TQO), which welcomed its first-ever international flights just last week.

Help! Japan Airlines Downgraded Us From First Class and Skimped on the Refund. - nytimes.com - Japan - Britain - Usa - San Francisco - city Tokyo
nytimes.com
04.04.2024 / 09:59

Help! Japan Airlines Downgraded Us From First Class and Skimped on the Refund.

Last year, my husband and I splurged on round-trip first-class tickets on Japan Airlines from San Francisco to Tokyo for $13,474 each. We reserved them in February for an October flight through American Express Travel. On the same day, I also bought business class tickets for a couple who was traveling with us at $8,429 apiece. In September, Amex notified me that we had been downgraded to business class for the return flight. JAL’s conditions state that we would receive “the difference between the normal fare amount of original class of service and for the normal fare of lower class of service.” To me that means that since the difference between our first class seats and our friends’ business seats was $5,045 each, we should be refunded about half of that — around $2,522 per person — for the second leg. But we got only $941 each. I contested this with Amex Travel, but they rejected our claim. Can you help?

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