Fare sales are usually only from a handful of cities to a handful of cities. But, this one is the mac daddy. And it won’t last.
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.
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 […]
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.
It seems like every fall for the past few years there have been some pretty great prices to both Hawaii and Alaska. Well, it looks like cheap Hawaii flights are a reality again for people looking to visit this fall. The Flight Deal has all the details United has some cities on sale and I wouldn’t be surprised if American or Delta follows. Here’s what’s on sale so far: Dallas, Phoenix & Salt Lake City to Honolulu for $395!!! This looks purely to be United picking on their rivals, American […]
It’s an interesting question. Just in case you hadn’t heard the news, the first case of Ebola had been reported from the most recent outbreak in Africa. A patient flying from Liberia to the US showed no signs of the disease until well after he landed in the US. This opens up a whole lot of questions about how to restrict the spread of the disease. At a basic level, I think one of the things that might make this scary for many folks is that the incubation period (time […]
Doug Parker was interviewed recently by Business Travel News. There were a couple of nuggets for people trying to get a sense of what’s coming up as the merger progresses. The loyalty programs will be combined in the first 6 months of 2015. From the customer standpoint, what’s the next major milestone to be reached in the merger? There are a series of them, but the next major one will be the integration of the frequent-flyer programs. They’re separate today, and we’re planning to integrate those [in the first half […]