Alpha Flight Guru Travel Blog

08.22.2016

TRAVEL NEWS RECAP WEEK OF AUGUST 22

Posted By AFG Team
Landing at Sunset

Typhoon Mindulle Impacts Japan Travel – Torrential rain and severe winds exceeding 100 mph hit Japan’s coast, about 50 miles from Tokyo, on Monday. At least one person died, and nearly 30 injuries were reported as a result of Typhoon Mindulle. Japanese officials issued warnings to Tokyo residents to watch out for landslides, flooding, intense […]

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08.16.2016

Business Class Tickets – 10 Insider Tips

Posted By AFG Team
Business Class Tickets

Want to get a huge discount on business class tickets? Or simply wish to make your long-haul business class flights productive or restful? Here are insider tips and techniques to make sure you find the best flight deals, hotel rates, airline freebies, productivity apps, and more for your next international business trip. Score cheap business […]

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08.15.2016

TRAVEL NEWS RECAP WEEK OF AUGUST 15

Posted By Alex Scoble
View of a commercial airplane cockpit. Throttle stick in focus

Blogger Flies to 8 California Airports in One Day – The Cranky Flier aviation blog celebrated its 10-year anniversary, so founder Brett Snyder decided to participate in a Southwest Airlines promotion in which he could get a free companion pass if he took 10 one-way flights within California before October 31.  He already had 2 […]

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08.10.2016

AFG PHOTO CONTEST UPDATE

Posted By AFG Team
Last week of photo contest

Time is running out to enter our photo contest! All entries must be received by August 16, 2016, which is less than a week away! If you want to fly for free in business class to a popular destination in Europe or Asia, this is your chance to win 2 roundtrip tickets. Entering our photo […]

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08.8.2016

TRAVEL NEWS RECAP WEEK OF AUGUST 8

Posted By Alex Scoble
Airplane is taxiing to take off at the sunrise

Delta System Outage Strands Passengers Worldwide – Delta Air Lines experienced a system outage on Monday, stranding thousands of people when flights were grounded around the world. Systems were back online just before 9am ET, but Delta warned that disruptions would continue, and customers should expect delays and cancellations. The airline canceled over 450 of […]

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