Archive for the ‘Luxury Travel’ Category

04.26.2012

American & US Airways Considering Merger

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While there’s nothing set in stone yet, rumors have become more and more consistent about the potential airlines merging occurring sometime in the coming year. Executives of US Airways Group Inc. reported during an earnings call on Wednesday that a merger with American would provide more than $1.2 billion in combined saving and revenue. According to Dallas Morning News, […]

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04.25.2012

Deals & Steals for Spring

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Spring is in the air – and so are some great travel deals! Whether you’re traveling economy, business or first class, keep costs low with some of these mileage and hotel savings. Are you an AAdvantage member looking to head to the land down under between now and June 30?  If so, you look forward to earning […]

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04.24.2012

Cape Town Deemed Best African Airport

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At the Skytrax World Airports Awards in Vienna, Austria this week, Cape Town International Airport was named the Best Airport in Africa. The airport was also awarded Best Airport in Africa for Staff Service Excellence.   This is the fourth time that the airport has taken home Africa’s gold medal (2006, 2007, and 2010) since the annual awards began in […]

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04.24.2012

Some Airlines Embrace the Outlandish & Wacky

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Not long ago we covered the recent surge in unique and peculiar award redemption opportunities offered by various frequent flier programs.  Everything from sock-scriptions to celebrity signed ephemera to a journey into the earth have become available as possible rewards!  However, this airline industry’s new flair for the strange and outlandish seems to extend well […]

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04.18.2012

Ethiopian Airlines Looks Forward to Dreamliner Arrival

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Unfortunately, when people think of Africa they think of the romanticized version of the Dark Continent, deep in mystery, or they think of insurmountable poverty accompanied by refugee camps and an endless supply of orphans.  In fact, neither are true and it only takes one trip to figure that out. And now, after a report […]

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