· Monarch Airlines:
If you’re over in London, but want to see more than just the city and the UK have to offer it might be time to consider Monarch Airlines. The carrier just announced that they’re planning to head to spots like Milan, Rome, Venice, and Verona. They even threw a little bit of a party to celebrate as well, as they welcomed Roman gladiators and Venetian gondolas at the airport to welcome the new options. Plenty of the new flights have already started to depart from Manchester, London-Luton, Birmingham, and London-Gatwick. Head over to their official website to check out the exact flight schedules and city pair that best works for you and hand over those credit card digits.
· American Airlines:
The day has finally come for new flights to and from SUX, as American Airlines has picked up the pieces now that Delta has left town. American Airlines—through their American Eagle arm—is bringing nonstop flights between Sioux City, Iowa and Chicago-O’Hare.
That’s not all either, as American is also sending planes back and forth between Waterloo, Iowa and Chicago as well. Both flights are daily options, and they’re even offering up double frequent flyer miles on the new routes between April 3 and June 30. Just be sure to head right here and register in advance, and then you’ll get something in return for a flight that some might think SUX.
· Philippine Airlines: [Photos: Jaunted and Ingy the Wingy]
You’ve got a new option if you’re in the market to visit Bali, as it sounds like Philippine Airlines is ready to head there before too long. The plan is to operate two flights per week from Manila over to Bali beginning around the end of April. Airbus A320s will be the planes doing the heavy lifting on this new option, and this sounds like it should be the 26th different overseas flight from Philippine Airlines. Sure it might not exactly be that convenient of an option from spots in the nifty fifty, but if you’re in the neighborhood it could be pretty darn handy.
[Photos: Jaunted and Ingy the Wingy]