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Archive for April, 2013

  • April 15, 2013
    Airlines, hotels waive fees for Boston travelers

    SOURCE: Our prayers go out to friends and families of the victims of the bombings in Boston . In the wake of the Boston Marathon tragedies, airlines and hotels are waiving cancellation and trip change fees for travelers. If you’re in Boston, or you have plans to travel to Boston, here is a list […]

  • April 12, 2013
    American citizens can travel to Cuba with a licensed travel operator

    After a chat over coffee with a friend on the next destination for, possibly, a long-weekend travel, I recommended visiting Cuba. “You realize that American citizens are not allowed to travel to Cuba?” was the questioned remark from my friend. A lot of Americans think that Cuba is off limits for them, but that’s not […]

  • April 12, 2013
    Cruising for a bargain

    A cruise can be the perfect way to get away from it all. It’s a hassle-free option that many travelers enjoy for the sun, sea and simplicity of it all. But cruises can be very expensive. So what if you’re a budget traveler? Is a cruise an option? Let’s find out! While there aren’t any […]

  • April 11, 2013
    Most enjoyable holiday destinations

    Many times we think to move out of our buy schedules to spend some holiday at a good place. After that we also start imagining about those places if were there. But after one or two days, we get busy in our old busy work. We should also take out some tome to explore the […]

  • April 9, 2013
    WEF releases the world’s friendliest countries to foreigners

    World Economic Forum’s released the list of the most friendly countries in the world – Iceland and New Zealand taking the first place in “attitude of population towards foreign visitors” category. Some of the surprises were Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Burkina Faso as the fourth, eighth and tenth friendliest countries, despite not being internationally renowned for […]

  • April 9, 2013
    Looking for last minute hotel booking? Try these travel apps (updated)

    Disruptions on your travels can leave you with cancelled hotel bookings leaving you to need a place to stay at the last-minute. There’s a recent boom in same-day, last-minute booking apps for smartphones and tablets that helps you to find a deal when travel providers won’t cover an overnight stay. Hotels are racing to fill […]

  • April 8, 2013
    Earn airlines frequent flyer miles on hotels with RocketMiles

    If you’re a part of any of the airline frequent flyer miles program, you may not be aware of the fact that you can earn thousands of miles by staying at some of the select hotels. Launched today, RocketMiles will allow you to earn miles just by booking rooms that the website serves up directly. […]

  • April 2, 2013
    Airfare based on passenger weight is now a reality

    The next line of ‘fees’ that airlines will start charging passengers is already here. Samoa Air is the world’s first airline to introduce pricing based on passengers’ weight. The new policy will enforce passengers to enter their weight along with the weight of their baggage at the time of booking. The combined weight will then […]

  • April 1, 2013
    New routes, new airlines and more news on airlines

    Some of the airline news from the last week: Air China to upgrade its Beijing-London service in May Starting May 15, Air China will upgrade the airliner on its London (Heathrow) service CA937/8 to B777-300ER, and the daily flights will be offered. The outbound flight departs at 14:10 Beijing time and the return flight departs […]

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