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Archive for April, 2014

  • April 25, 2014
    Check solo prices even if you’re traveling in group

    Traveling with family or friends can be super fun, but if you travel as a group, you could be paying more for your airfares than you would if you were traveling alone. Wisebread says that airline reservation systems have multiple airfare classes and a set number of seats in any particular class. This is not […]

  • April 24, 2014
    Increase in tourist visa fees for Egypt

    Egypt will increase tourist visa fees from $15 to $20 starting on May 1, 2014. According to Hesham Zazou, tourism minister, the increase is slight and is not expected to affect the flow of tourists to the country. The decision to increase the cost of a tourist visa to Egypt was previously postponed several times. […]

  • April 9, 2014
    ‘Air Pass’ allows you to travel through Vanilla Islands for a month

    The home airline of Reunion Island, Air Austral, has launched an air pass (website in French) which, in combination with a long haul ticket to Reunion, now allows passengers to visit some of the other spectacular islands which form the “Vanilla Islands” of the Indian Ocean. The ticket prices range between €45 and €90 per […]

  • April 9, 2014
    American & US Airways merger means higher baggage fees & more

    With the merger of American Airlines and US Airways, American is making changes to baggage fees and frequent-flyer rules. To begin with, American announced that passengers will be charged $35 for their first checked bag for flights to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America, which was free per passenger on those 140 daily flights. The […]

  • April 6, 2014
    You must stay in this house for an offbeat experience

    One of the best experiences is to stay at weird and offbeat places around the world, so if you find yourself in the Austrian Alps, stay at the Ufogel, which is a 45 square meter (approx 485 sq. ft.) house, designed by Peter Jungmann. This house is located in the mountains close to Linz or […]

  • April 1, 2014
    Why traveling around the world is beneficial for you

    There is much all around the world to learn and know, but the need is to take out some time. Journey around the world let us get close with the different societies and cultures. We came to know about different people and their living styles and much more. In the following lines the same aspects […]

  • April 1, 2014
    Lufthansa pilot strike cancels 3,800 flights for three days

    Lufthansa has canceled 3,800 flights for April 2-4, or virtually all of its operations, due to a planned walkout by pilots, in what would be one of the biggest strikes ever to hit the German airline. The strike affects the vacation travel for the Easter Vacation for many German citizens. The Vereiningung Cockpit, the union […]

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