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  • April 3, 2011
    Pet Hotels of America adds airlines and car-rentals

    Pet-friendly hotel and kennel travel planning website, Pet Hotels of America, has made it even easier for people traveling with pets by adding airline and car rental reservation capabilities to its website. Prior to the recent launch of Pet Hotels of America, people were made to scour various websites, magazines and travel logs to put […]


  • March 31, 2011
    Ryan Air – new fees and child-free flights

    Extra fees Ryanair, Europe’s discount carrier, announced it would introduce a €2 levy per passenger for all bookings made from Monday 4th April 2011 in order to fund its costs of flight cancellations, delays and its EU261 costs in “force majeure” cases where the airline is not responsible for either the delays or cancellations. Those […]


  • March 31, 2011
    No more Enterprise Car Rentals on Orbitz

    Enterprise Holdings has ended its relationship with online travel portal Orbitz in the latest in a string of disputes between large travel providers and their online distribution partners. The company owns and operates nearly 1 million rental vehicles across its brands. Effective April 1, all the listings from Enterprise’s three brands — Alamo Rent-A-Car, National […]


  • March 30, 2011
    British Airways & American to start transatlantic shuttle service

    From March 27, American Airlines and British Airways will effectively create a transatlantic shuttle service between the top US-UK routes by aligning the timing on their schedules. The biggest change is on the Heathrow – New York route. Previously, five of the 11 daily flights to New York left Heathrow at almost exactly the same […]


  • March 30, 2011
    Spirit Airlines invents new fees on luggage

    Spirit Airlines has invented new fees for travelers who wait to pay for carry-on or checked luggage within 24 hours of departure and they are calling the previous bag fees an “Early Bird Discount,” and will now charge travelers who pay for checked or carry-on bags within 24 hours of departure online an extra $5 […]


  • March 29, 2011
    British Airways London-Marrakech direct flight

    British Airways started new flights to Marrakech from London Gatwick on March 27, 2011 in direct competition with low cost carriers. A mix of Boeing 737s and Airbus A319s will operate the thrice-weekly service, which departs Gatwick on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, returning the same evening. British Airways offers a wide range of hotels suitable […]


  • March 28, 2011
    Use Twitter for amazing travel deals. How, you ask?

    Travel companies and airlines are increasingly using social networking sites like Facebook and especially Twitter to post their best travel deals on airline tickets, hotel reservations and other travel-related purchases. User of Twitter can follow the tweets of other users who specialize in a particular topic or who offer travel deals and other consumer bargains. […]


  • March 26, 2011
    Travel companies we look up to

    These days smartphones help travelers with tons of free travel apps for iPhone/iPod/iPad and Android phones that help you with the itineraries, bookings and a bunch of other features and utilities. But if you prefer to use the internet on your desktop computers then we have a list of links for various categories and here […]


  • March 23, 2011
    Oslo Lufthavn will have an extension by 2017

    Oslo Lufthavn (IATA: OSL) will be undergoing an extension that begins in April, and the plan is that everything will be finished in spring 2017. OSL has a budget of 12.5 billion. The extension will will handle 28 million passengers. It will include new arrival and departure hall of 52,000 square meters, and 34 new […]


  • March 23, 2011
    Get airport maps for your next transit or layover

    On your next travel, you’re more likely to transit through an airport if your trip involves multiple stops. Apart from the connections, most travelers worry about the time it will take them to transfer from one terminal to the other. So before you leave, a little research in to the airport layout will reduce frustration […]


  • March 23, 2011
    Drunk and fake pilots in India

    Flying in India has become a joke recently with airline authorities catching 57 pilots over the alcohol limit in the past two years, but only 11 lost their jobs and rest got away with punishments, according to the Times of India. The country’s largest airline, Jet-JetLite, boasted the most boozers, with as many as 23 […]


  • March 22, 2011
    Travel news for the day

    These are some of the stories that made the headlines: New Plan to Charge Entry Fees for Travel to U.S. Gets Cold Shoulder From Canada Canadians looking to visit the United States, arriving via air or sea, may soon pay more for the privilege. The ups and downs of the airfare waiting game Christopher Elliot […]


  • March 22, 2011
    Airports will track your Wi-Fi soon

    Across most of the airports in the world one can see the same routine much like other airports – passengers hurrying through the terminal, waiting in security lines or lingering at the duty-free shops. But at Copenhagen International Airport, a Geneva-based company, SITA, 860 miles away, is tracking passengers by their phones’ Wi-Fi. Stephane Cheikh, […]


  • March 21, 2011
    8 best frequent flyer programs compared

    You can earn free travel and other benefits when you accumulate all your miles from one frequently flyer program. Like much else in the travel industry, though, these loyalty programs are often changing, and finding the most rewarding program can be difficult. Gizmodo lists the top eight frequent flyer programs nominated by their readers. The […]


  • March 17, 2011
    Free first checked bag? Maybe

    The U.S. Travel Association has released a report that recommends allowing travelers to check at least one free bag to address the issue of overburdened security checkpoints. The report also calls on Congress to authorize the TSA to create a new trusted traveler program to speed security screenings of frequent travelers, and it encourages the […]


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