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Many airport, convention, and newspaper web sites display Airfarewatchdog airfare listings. Although some of these organizations use our famous widget, others prefer to use our RSS feeds. If you don't know what an RSS feed is, you can learn all about it here. If you do know however, and would like to access our feeds, it's quite easy to do.
Let's say you were a smart marketing guru working at Experience Columbus, the Columbus Visitors and Convention Bureau, and you wanted more people to visit and convene. Obviously, showing potential tourists and conventioneers how ridiculously cheap it is to fly into Columbus would be a plus. So you'd want to show low airfares (Airfarewatchdog-confirmed super deals, preferably, but it's a free country). To do so, you could establish a fare display using the following RSS code
Where cmh is, of course, the three letter airport code for Columbus, OH and the direction is inbound (arrival into CMH).
Now, the smart cookies over at the Columbus Airport do indeed display Airfarewatchdog fares on their web site (75 smart cookie airports actuially do this), so they would use
showing fares out of the city.
You can also plug any RSS code into an RSS reader, such as those offered by Google, Apple, and others.
Any questions, class? If so, please email us at email@example.com and we'll be happy to help.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Hey LA, feel like taking a long weekend in New York? Here's a great last minute fare from Virgin America, departing LAX this Friday, returning from JFK on Tuesday, for $279 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes.
Or, if you're in no rush, you'll find similar fares available via Virgin America for nonstop Tuesday/Wednesday travel through February 15.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Virginia is for lovers, or so says the bumper sticker, but what about Austin? We're sure it's just as romantical, especially on Valentine's Day! And here's a fare from New York to Austin for just $145 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes, valid for Valentine's travel.
Don't want to go for Valentine's Day? No problemo. This fare is valid 7 days a week, with a 330 day travel period. Keep in mind, this fare won't necessarily work for all dates. Availability gets spotty around Austin's popular SXSW music conference in March.
Fares require a 14-day advance purchase.
It's an early holiday present. We have 8 (eight) $100 flight coupons to give away to 8 smart people. They can be used to buy a fare on VirginAtlantic anywhere they fly, or can be used on board for duty free purchases. Only catch is, if used for travel then all travel must be completed by November 14. So while that's a bit of a bummer, they CAN be used to buy a wide variety of duty free goods on your VirginAtlantic flight! So we'll be hanging out at the VirginAtlantic terminal at JFK at check in on Thursday, November 11, and all you need to do to get a coupon is answer this question correctly: "What's your favorite airfare listing and advice site?" Of course, there's only one correct answer, and we're sure you know what it is (hint: it begins with "A").
You must be about to be checking in for a Virgin Atlantic flight in order to get a coupon, so you can use it on board; or you must be about to buy a ticket on VirginAtlantic with a last day of travel Nov 14.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Monday, November 8, 2010
Hey Chicago, not looking forward to all that snow? Start planning your winter escape now. We've found a great fare from O'Hare to Palm Springs for just $186 round-trip, nonstop, including all taxes. Or, if you can't wait for the dead of winter, how about departing as soon as Thanksgiving Day?
This fare is valid for travel any day of the week, with a 330 day travel period. Fares may not be available on all dates. Fares require a 14-day advance purchase, with no minimum stay. From United Airlines, booked via Travelocity.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Friday, November 5, 2010
Doing anything especially fun for St. Patrick's Day this year? No? Well, here's an idea. Fly from New York to Dublin, Ireland for $503 round-trip, nonstop, incl. all taxes.
This fare is part of the current winter sale from Aer Lingus, valid for travel on Monday through Thursday, from January 11 through March 31. You'll also find other destinations on offer, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Birmingham, Brussels, Paris, Malaga, Krakow, Warsaw, and others. Depart from New York, Boston, Chicago, or Orlando.
For weekend travel, be sure to tack on an additional $15 to each leg of your trip.
By George Hobica, Airfarewatchdog.com Whatever happened to business class-only airlines? Remember EOS, MaxJet, and SilverJet? How about MGM Grand Air? They were indeed grand experiments that just never took off.
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Thursday, November 4, 2010
Los Angeles to Bermuda $384 round-trip, incl. all taxes
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Detroit to Las Vegas $138 round-trip, nonstop, incl. all taxes
Travel through December 15, Monday through Thursday, and Saturday. Fares require a 7-day advance purchase. Works for Thanksgiving holiday itineraries!
Posted by Tracy Stewart on Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Save on JetBlue's newly added service between Washington DC's Reagan National Airport and both Boston, and Orlando. Grab a seat now at a special introductory price. Offer is good for travel from December 1 through January 31, which excludes holidays and peak travel.
JetBlue will operate 7 daily nonstops to Boston, one daily nonstop to Ft Lauderdale, and one daily nonstop to Orlando.
For a complete list of current fares, please visit our Washington DC National page.