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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Summer Flights - How TO Search Cheapest Long-haul Flights & Last Minute Alternative Beach Holiday Savings

#SummerFlightSaving - Summer is here and everyone's thinking about their summer hols, so how can you make big savings during this #summerholiday?

Flying long-haul is more affordable than ever thanks to some significant flight price drops over the past year. Search for a flight now and look for the #SUMMERSALE icon. The savings will be automatically be applied when you check out.



Did we knock you off your seat? That's right we are having a #SummerFlightSale !

#SummerTravelers  will find deals on thousands of flights including on our already-deeply-discounted Express Deals Flights.



 Hurry, this is only for a limited time! Sale ends July 3rd! Click here to Book and Save now.



Last minute holiday packages - Sometimes it's hard to find the best deal, so we've pulled together cheap breaks, flights and accommodation so you don't have to do the hard work!

Alternative beach holidays - Fancy a beach holiday, but don't want to battle through the crowds to find a good spot for your towel? We've rounded-up some exciting destinations that are a little off the beaten track. #summerspecialssearch Click here to search and save now

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Delta Airlines Luxurious Airbus A350 Planes Tickets For It"s Delta One Suites And Delta Premium Is On Sale For Travelers Looking To Fly In Style

Delta Air Lines has announced that tickets for its Delta One suites and Delta Premium Select fares on the carrier’s new Airbus A350 planes are officially on sale for travelers looking to fly in style.
Delta’s Airbus A350s are scheduled to enter service in fall of 2017, and the airline will become the first in the United States to take delivery of the new planes.  Search Delta Flights 



Delta’s A350 will make its first flight on Oct. 30, traveling from Detroit to Narita, Japan. Delta Premium Select will also be found on international flights to Incheon, South Korea, and Beijing, China.
Passengers interested in Delta One suites will find the service includes a full-height door at every suite, sliding privacy dividers between center suites, customizable ambient lighting, dedicated stowage compartments, contemporary designs, memory foam comfort cushions, an 18-inch entertainment monitor plus a universal power outlet and high-powered USB port at every seat.  Search Delta Flights 

As for customers looking to purchase Delta Premium Select fares, the tickets will offer more personal space (38 inches of pitch, 19 inches of width and seven inches of recline), in-flight blankets and pillows, amenity kits, noise-canceling headphones, pre-departure beverage service, a 13.3-inch in-flight entertainment screen, in-seat power ports and Sky Priority service.  Search Delta Flights 

The enhancements are part of Delta’s multi-billion dollar investment in the customer experience, which includes a cabin modernization program featuring new seats, seatback entertainment systems, high-capacity overhead bins, Wi-Fi on nearly all flights, free main cabin meals on select flights, upgraded free main cabin snacks, chef-curated meals in Delta One, a seasonal wine program and more.  Search Delta Flights 

Following the Delta One suite debut on the A350 planes, the airline will eventually roll out the same service for its Boeing 777 fleet.  Looking to maximize your return on investment or points and miles earnings, the Delta SkyMiles program can help you get there. Search Delta Flights 

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Japan Airlines to Launch New NYC-Tokyo Route this Spring

Japan Airlines announced Thursday that it will add nonstop daily service between New York and Tokyo beginning this spring in a move designed to "enhance customer convenience." 

Launching April 1, 2017, the new route will travel between New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and Tokyo's Haneda Airport and will join the carrier's existing route between JFK and nearby Narita International Airport.

 Haneda, which is about an hour's drive away from Narita, is closer to downtown Tokyo. Therefore, the new route is likely to be a hit with international travelers hoping to cut down on their travel time to one of Asia's premier destinations. Once service begins in April, the airline will operate one daily round-trip flight on a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

 In order to open up a slot at Haneda and make the new route possible, Japan Airlines shifted its Honolulu-Haneda route to Narita. In addition to the new route, the carrier will add more seats to its existing daily evening flight from Narita to JFK by switching to the aforementioned 777-300ER aircraft, which boasts 244 seats compared to the 161 currently available onboard the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner the airline uses now.

 The switch to the 777-300ERs will also make eight first class seats available on the two routes. The airline also announced Thursday that it plans to ramp up service between Narita and Moscow, Russia, as well as between Narita and Honolulu amid increased demand.

Summer 2017 Air Travel And How Technology Made Long Flight Travel Lot More Easier To Get Through

Air traveler numbers this 2017 summer are expected to rise over last year summer according to the trade group air travel survey. Airlines expect to carry 234 million passengers from June 1 2017 through Aug. 31, 2017 up from the summer record of 225 million a year ago, 





Flying halfway around the planet is a shocking, yet exciting, experience. Think about it. You can wake up at home, yet end the day in an entirely different country with an unfamiliar landscape, culture and feel.
While the exhilaration of traveling somewhere new is hard to match, it does come at a cost. To get somewhere far away, you often must fly for eight, ten or sixteen hours in a single sitting. That’s a long time on a plane, especially in coach. Here are some tips to help you endure:

Technology has made long-distance travel a lot easier to bear. Most long-haul carriers offer in-flight Summer Entertainments, and some even offer back-of-the-headrest entertainment devices in every single seat.
To get the most bang for your buck, make sure you book long- haul flights with carriers that do offer personal entertainment devices. Once you do, your twelve-hour flight can be less of a burden and more of the perfect opportunity to watch four or five movies in a row.
Keep in mind that one carrier can differ from another, and even the age of the aircraft in question can affect entertainment availability. Thus, look closely at which plane you'd be flying and do your research.

If you don’t want to stare at a screen all day, bring a good book (or two), or a Kindle for reading. Occasional reading breaks mixed in with movies and napping can make the time fly by.

Long-haul flights are the absolute worst when you’re uncomfortable. To have the best chances at relaxation, consider paying extra to select your seat early. While you might balk at a $35 upcharge for an assigned window or aisle seat, you’ll wish you weren’t so cheap if you wind up stuck in the dreaded middle for an entire flight.

While sitting in economy plus is bearable, a business class seat (and especially a lie-flat seat) can make flying rather relaxing. If you have the money to splurge, consider spending the extra cash for more comfort on your longest flights. You can also sign up for an airline credit card to start saving miles for a business class seat instead.

Plane food isn’t that great anyway, but it’s especially awful when you get something you don’t like. If you’re a picky eater or just want something special, you can request a special meal ahead of time. Consider asking for a vegetarian, kosher, Asian, or Indian dish to mix things up.

Dressing comfortably isn’t the easiest thing to do if you’re heading straight from the airport to a business meeting. Fortunately, you can dress comfortably (and smartly) if you buy the right attire.
Bluffworks makes a comfortable and nearly wrinkle-free blazer for men who want to travel comfortably yet look put-together when they land. Throw it on with a pair of slacks and you’ll feel like you’re in your jammies. For the ladies, Travel Smith makes some professional-looking and comfortable attire that fits with nearly any business agenda.

The best travel pillow for your needs really depends on your sleep style and how you’re most comfortable. You may need to experiment some to find the right travel pillow for your needs.
If you’re a stomach sleeper, for example, the famous (and funny-looking) Skyrest Travel Pillow is one to consider. If you don’t mind your head tilting to the side, one of those U-shaped pillows could work wonders.

If you’re especially sensitive to sounds, noise-cancelling headphones can create a safe, quiet space while you fly. You can find a ton of options on Amazon.com for $30 and up.

This final tip is probably the most important: Bring a portable charger that can recharge your phone and other devices. While many flights have in-flight plug-ins, not all do. What would you do if your phone died and you were desperate for a game of Solitare?
Lots of companies give portable chargers away for free, but if you need one now and can’t wait for a freebie, you can buy them online for around $10.

As you get ready for busy travel summer season, airlines are setting a new record with investments into new aircraft, technology and overall customer experience.