Don’t miss out on Flying Blue’s Fall promo where Air France/KLM awards are 50% off in January & February 2014:The Deal
Award bookings on Air France/KLM routes have been reduced by 25-50% for travel between Jan 1 – Feb 28.
For those of us sitting in ‘Merica (and Canada), we’ll be most interested in:REGION USA CITY Atlanta CABIN Business 1-way 46,875 Round-trip 93.750 USA Boston Economy 18,750 37,500 Canada Montreal Business 31,250 62,500 Canada Toronto Business 31,250 62,500 Canada Vancouver Economy 18,750 37,500
All destinations below. Note: Everything is to/from Europe.RegionEurope [...]
While planning our recent weekend trip to Boston, I knew from the start we weren’t going to make it very far without a car. I had taken advantage of the most recent IHG PointBreaks list and booked a room for 3 nights at $35/night, which put us in the Crowne Plaza Newton–about 7 miles from the center of Boston. To top it off, we were booked on Spirit Air and scheduled to arrive at 12:30am Saturday and had a flight out at 5:30am on Monday–not the best hours to rely on public transit or cabs. So, a car rental was in our future, like it or not.
A quick check on Kayak.com revealed only very expensive options, close to $200 for my 48-hour rental. Either the Boston [...]
Ahh yes, Spirit Air: the self-proclaimed “America’s Only ULCC-Ultra Low Cost Carrier.” The champions of nickel-and-diming, Spirit charges the customer only for what he uses. If you want to carry on a bag, you’re welcomed to for a fee, but they don’t add it to the ticket cost because they don’t charge those who don’t want the service. No matter what your opinion is on the big change in the airline industry, you can’t deny that Spirit Air has some damn cheap fares on their routes.
I don’t necessarily expect the same level of service on a $40 flight as I do on the $8,000 trans-Atlantic First Class ticket, but we all expect a minimum level of service [...]