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Posted by Tracy Stewart on Monday, July 27, 2009
Singapore Airlines is having a sale on fall travel to select destinations, including Singapore, Denpasar, Tokyo, Manila, Phnom Penh, Jakarta, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi.
Fares must be purchased by August 7 and include:
Posted by Tim Charters on Monday, June 15, 2009
As any international traveler can tell you, the difference between sitting in economy and business class can be huge. The first time I flew business class to Europe I thought I was in heaven. Then I was kicking myself for missing out on the luxuries of business class during my previous international trips when I had the miles to use.
Well, if you are traveling to Japan anytime soon, don't miss out on this upgrade offer. ANA (All Nippon Airways) is offering their Mileage Club Members a discount on an upgrade for trips from the U.S. to Japan. Half the miles are now required. A 50% discount!
Upgrade from Economy to Business Class on ANA:
For a round-trip ticket, Japan Airlines (JAL) requires 50,000 miles for a similar upgrade while United requires 30,000 miles and Delta can cost between 25,000-50,000 miles depending on your purchased fare.
Boarding Period for this offer is June 15th to September 30, 2009. Boarding for Narita-New York begins July 1st. An upgrade can be requested up until the day prior to your departure. Valid for all ANA international routes except for Narita-Honolulu. All upgrades must be completed online.
Posted by Tim Charters on Monday, June 15, 2009
A down under getaway always seems alluring even when it might be Fall/Winter in Australia. Qantas is having an airfare sale to Australia from Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), and New York (JFK). Here are the routes on sale:
Los Angeles to Brisbane or Sydney- $458 round-trip
Los Angeles to Melbourne - $458 round-trip
New York to Melbourne or Sydney - $578 round-trip
Don't forget to add in taxes and fees of up to $200 for the trip. Book your flight at Qantas. Sale ends Tuesday, June 16th.
Posted by George Hobica on Thursday, April 16, 2009
These low fares are only for May travel, but doesn't Dehli get really hot in July? :)
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Thursday, April 9, 2009
V Australia goes head to head with Qantas, as they begin new service between Los Angeles and Brisbane starting April 8. And this comes only six weeks after launching their very first route, Los Angeles to Sydney.
Brisbane fares are available at a low introductory special for travel between April 10 and April 30 for $777 round-trip, if purchased by April 12, although we've found lower fares available on V.A. for travel through December 15:
Other deals to Australia we've recently come across here at Airfarewatchdog include:
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Thursday, April 2, 2009
And Delta isn't the only one celebrating a milestone birthday. As part of their 30th Anniversary in the USA promo, Singapore Airlines is offering some great fares for travel to (would you believe) Singapore from select US cities. Fares must be purchased by April 30, for outbound travel between now and May 31, with a maximum stay of 6 months. Fares include:
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Thursday, March 26, 2009
Turning 50 this year? Congratulations! China Airlines is offering free flights to those born in 1959. Just fly with a fully paid passenger, sharing the same reservation, and you're all set. This offer is good for outbound travel between February 20 and April 30, for flights departing from San Fran, Los Angeles, New York, Honolulu, and Vancouver - traveling to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Manila, Delhi and Mainland China. All purchases must be made by March 31.
Posted by George Hobica on Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Fares from $598 RT from the West Coast, plus tax. Valid for Outbound Travel between 15 March and 24 October 2009. Similarly low fares from other US origins. See details.
The fine print:
Taxes and fees:
Prices are each way based on round trip purchase. Prices include fuel surcharges $200 from the US. US and foreign taxes, fee including September 11th Security Fee, are an additional $150 to $200 depending upon itinerary.
2 stopovers are permitted at $150 each.
Reservations and ticketing:
When booking online, reservations are required at least 72 hours before departure. Payment is required at time of reservation. Qantas flights are booked in O class. Tickets must be purchased no later than 20 March 2009.
Note: Qantas flights operating on B747 or A380 equipment or a combination thereof depending on itinerary chosen. A380 schedule subject to change and last minute change of aircraft.
Travelling with children:
Children aged between 2 and 11 years pay 75% of the adult fare. A maximum of 2 children fares per adult permitted. Infants under 2 years and not occupying a seat pay 10% of the adult fare.
After ticket issuance, rebooking and rerouting are permitted at a charge of $200 per transaction. Additional service charges may apply.
Ticket is non refundable.
Frequent flyer upgrade is not permitted.
It is the passenger's responsiblity to ensure all visa requirements are complied with.
Fare listings are for general information only and are not a reflection of current seat availability. Subject to change and or cancellation without notice.
This is a restricted and discounted fare. If you need to make changes to this ticket you should consider all the conditions indicated above. For flexible fares visit our booking page and enter your dates and destinations.
Prices are subject to change at any time. We aim to provide you with the most competitive fare deals and because of this prices may go down. We are not able to provide refunds or rebookings when a lower fare becomes available.
All prices are in US dollars and based on round trip Economy class travel.
You may earn mileage credit on your choice of frequent flyer programs from our partners: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Continental Airlines or our own Qantas Frequent Flyer Program. Note: Changes to the American Airlines AAdvantage program may reduce or omit earning miles on certain Qantas fares.
Qantas codeshare services:
Domestic US flights are operated by American Airlines or American Eagle.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Thursday, March 12, 2009
We've always been fans of Cathay Pacific's Deals of the Month, and their current offering does not disappoint. Fares to Vietnam start at $718 from the west coast, before taxes, for Monday through Thursday travel. Fly from New York, Los Angeles, or San Fran to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City. Stopovers in Hong Kong are also allowed, for an addtional fee. All fares must be booked by March 31 for departures through April 30. Fares include:
Posted by George Hobica on Saturday, March 7, 2009
This is a good one. There's no advance purchase required. For outbound travel between 7 March and 24 October 2009, book by Monday, 16 March 2009.Fares from LAX and SFO are about $789 RT including all tax. Other Australian cities are included, as are other US gateways. There's still time to catch some Australian summer, and their autumn is right around the corner.