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Price Drop! Cheap Fares To New Zealand!

It isn’t often we see cheap prices to New Zealand come down the pike.  There aren’t a lot of airlines that fly to and from New Zealand.  That helps keep prices high. Right now there are $700 round-trip fares available.  That’s easily a few hundred dollars cheaper than I normally see.  Keri at Heels First Travel has the details. Essentially, you’ll be able to find these fares for travel through June of next year to Auckland.  Keep in mind that the warm season in New Zealand is effectively the opposite […]

Cheap Flights To Europe! Summer and Fall Fares To Rome, Paris, Amsterdam!

While these aren’t the cheapest fares we’ve seen, they connect a ton of cities for reasonable prices. If you’re looking for a reason to go to Europe, here are a few dozen!

CHEAP TICKETS! Under $400 Round-Trip to Europe From Lots of Cities

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Fare sales like this don’t come along often. Lots and lots of cities available. If you’re thinking of booking, it might be worth taking advantage of the ability to cancel within 24 hours while you think about it.

Don’t Fret If You Missed Yesterday’s $15 Frontier Fare Sale

If you missed Frontier’s $15 fare sale yesterday, it appears they felt sorry for you and want to sell more seats really cheaply today and tomorrow. See all the city pairs….

CHEAP! Frontier Airlines One-Way Fares From $15

Frontier Airlines has been having a ton of fare sales lately.  Some of these occurred over the busy summer travel season and represented great values.  As we move into fall, we should generally see more sales (and better ones) to fill in empty gaps throughout the rest of the year when travel is a little slower than the heart of summer.  These are the lowest prices I’ve seen Frontier offer. This is a one-day sale. Today’s Frontier Airlines sale features $15 one-way fares.  Here are some sample fares: From Washington, DC: Atlanta […]

The FAA Is A Hypocrite For Demanding Delta Be Accommodated At Love Field

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Talk about being the last one to show up at the dance looking for an attractive date. The FAA woke up yesterday and decided it should get involved in the Dallas Love Field debate, demanding the city maintain the status quo while the FAA investigates. Can this situation really get any more bizarre? The amount of economic waste over one of the smaller commercial airports in the country continues to grow by leaps and bounds.