Air New Zealand First to Offer the SkyCouch

With the First Class cabin being phased out, Air New Zealand was looking for another way to offer extra comfort on its long haul flights for those willing to pay for it.  They have found a solution with the innovative SkyCouch, which will make their debut on Air New Zealand’s new fleet of Boeing...
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An invitation… to the Travelonly ‘Top 10 Deals of the Week’

Travelonly is officially re-launching our NEW TOP 10 Deals of the Week! The NEW Top 10 will now cater specifically to your preferred departure city, and be published on the 1st and 15th of each month. Sign up now, and you will automatically be entered to win a $250 Travel Voucher towards your next all...
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Oh Canada: Something for Everyone this Summer

Canada ranks as one of the most diverse and appealing destinations in the world, and yet we often look abroad first when thinking of a vacation.  In honour of Canada Day, we are showcasing some of the best that Canada has to offer!  British Columbia – Sea to sky and everything in between: They welcomed...
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WestJet Introduces Every Day Low Pricing

CALGARY, Alberta.  June 17, 2010. WestJet today introduced new “everyday value fare” with an enhanced pricing structure which reduces the volatility that has been present in the airline industry by providing lower fares across the entire schedule, 330 days ahead of departure.  Guests can...
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5 Tips for Booking Connecting Flights

In an ideal travel world, all fights would be non-stop. But realistically, that isn’t going to happen. If anything, airline cost-cutting and cutbacks mean less and less of those non-stops. Especially as airlines reduce their presence at one-time hubs. So if a connection is the only option, or the...
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Birds of a feather travel in groups

GROUP travel has never been more popular, and for good reason: Travelling with friends and family can be more fun Save money with group rates Potentially travel for free if you are the group organizer or leader! Added amenities and bonuses, and better payment terms Make memories together! A GROUP...
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WestJet News Alert (April 1): Clapper Technology Introduced

April 1 News Alert: WestJet introduces Clapper technology on board its fleet.  Transmitter technology allows guests to control aircraft functions like lights and live television by clapping. WestJet today announced the introduction of Clapper technology on board its aircraft. This new feature will...
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Kid Stuff: Child Controls Air Traffic at JFK

04 MAR 2010:  Dad got more than a detention for this one. The Federal Aviation Administration suspended an air traffic controller and a supervisor after they permitted the controller’s elementary-school-aged child to direct air traffic at New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport....
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Flying to the U.S. and confused about how to pack?

Most of you are likely familiar with the limitations on taking liquids through airport security as carry on.  With each new security breach, travelling to the United States becomes more and more difficult.  To ensure that you have a smooth start to your trip, make sure to head to the airport very...
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E-brochures now available!

Travel brochures are packed with useful information and pictures, and can be a great help when planning a trip.  In their traditional paper version, they are also bulky, certainly not eco-friendly, and they quickly become out of date and obsolete.  Many of my trusted travel suppliers actually produce...
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