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NASA Cries “Uncle!”

October 31, 2007 | Posted in: Airline News,News,Travel Safety | 1 comment

NASA is reversing itself; the agency now says it WILL release the results of a never-completed airline safety survey, a survey the Associated Press said indicated there were far more near-collisions and other problems than we knew about (and apparently, a lot more than the FAA knew about, as well).

NASA Cries “Uncle!”

Air Travel Issues Make the Debate

October 31, 2007 | Posted in: Airline News,News | 0 comments

You know things have gotten bad with the airline industry when Congress is mulling over potential legislation and presidential candidates are getting air travel questions on nationally-televised debates.

Last night, amidst arguments over health care, war, education, and other topics that generally fuel political discussions, Democratic presidential candidate, Barack Obama, had an airline question thrown his way:

Air Travel Issues Make the Debate

Air Travel Woes for/on CNN

October 31, 2007 | Posted in: Airline News,News | 0 comments

A CNN crew endured an eight hour flight ordeal from Chicago to New York.

Click here to watch the video documenting the air travel ordeal that many of us have experienced this past year…

Geek Data: Lower Airfares to Smaller Cities

October 31, 2007 | Posted in: Destinations,Travel Tips | 0 comments

Usually when the major airlines lower prices significantly (airfare sales), they tend to highlight the large hubs and most popular destinations they’re offering deals for.

It’s rare that our airfare processing system notes new airfare deals to some of the “really” small airports out there.

It was fun to see on Halloween that United Airlines has seen the light (or the darkness as it were) and has offered savings ranging from $20 to $300 on new 21-day advance tickets to/from some of the smallest airports in the U.S:

Geek Data: Lower Airfares to Smaller Cities

Finally! Holiday Airfare Sales Arrive!

October 30, 2007 | Posted in: Airfare News,Airline News,Holiday Travel | 4 comments

Here’s a gift you can open early: cheap airfares for your winter holiday travels.

Click on the links to these airlines, and see what goodies they have in store for you: Southwest, American, airTran and jetBlue are all offering big savings.

Get in on it while you can!

American Airlines Matches New Southwest Holiday Travel Airfare Sale

October 30, 2007 | Posted in: Airline News | 3 comments

This morning in the 10:00am airfare distribution — American Airlines released new low airfares for dozens of cities that appear to be matching a Southwest Airlines Christmas Holiday Sale.

Finally a brief respite from relentless airfare increases.

Don’t get your hopes up to high, they have blacked out the most popular days around the holidays, but if you are flexible you should be grabbing these up now.

American Airlines Matches New Southwest Holiday Travel Airfare Sale

AirTran – 2nd Low Cost Airline with Airfare Sale Today

October 29, 2007 | Posted in: Airline News | 0 comments

In a twist of fate today, while the legacy airlines are pounding out their 6th airfare increase since Labor Day, AirTran as well as JetBlue (mentioned in previous post fired out substantial airfare sales for travel on the cheapest (slowest) days of the week Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday (other days are $40 higher).

This particular sale is good for travel through the end of February and some blackout days apply around holidays. Tickets must be purchased by November 13th.
This is a perfect time to get those tickets for loved ones coming in for the holidays or returning from college.

AirTran – 2nd Low Cost Airline with Airfare Sale Today

JetBlue 4 Day Airfare Sale

October 29, 2007 | Posted in: Uncategorized | 0 comments

I noticed in this morning’s 10:00am EDT airfare distribution a significant number of price decreases on JetBlue (Unfortunately I was tracking the latest airfare increase by Continental and the matching airlines when i noticed this).

Domestic airfare sales have been in such short supply recently that I thought it was worth the time to document the sale here.

I pulled this list from one of my internal reports (which I hope to have automated so everyone can see shortly) – (I sorted them in departure order so you can track down your favorite city) (remember prices work both ways…):

JetBlue 4 Day Airfare Sale

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