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Airfare Deal Alert: From the US to Europe or Asia for Under $800 TOTAL

July 15, 2013 at 8:15 PM | by | Comments (0)

Been following along with our coverage of the next generation of Singapore Airlines seats? Awesome—we totally appreciate it. In thanks, let's have a massive airfare deal on the top-notch airline to destinations in both Europe and Asia.

Singapore Airlines has been rolling out some super "early bird" deals over the last several weeks, and this week marks their final sale. Naturally that means it's got to be good, and it is, with all airfares under $800 total.

The fares are valid on non-stops from Singapore's US cities, but there's five excellent routes from which to choose:

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Air Pacific is Done and Gone; Long Live Fiji Airways!

Where: Fiji
June 27, 2013 at 11:23 AM | by | Comments (0)

The day Fiji has patiently awaited is now arrived. Today marks the official first day Air Pacific becomes Fiji Airways. This is more than just a new name and paint job; it's a return to the original identity for the national carrier for all 333 islands of Fiji

We will admit to having a tiny soft spot in our heart for the brightly colored, rainbow tail of Air Pacific, but we can't get enough of the 'Masi' indigenous design of the new Airbus A330s and existing 737s. With a fresh new outside, the planes are going to woo passengers with completely over-hauled economy cabins and business-class seats that feature angled flat-bed seats to ensure your comfy on that long flight to paradise.

Along with all of the bells and whistles, flight attendants will be sporting a whole new look that mirror the natural tones of brown and cream in the cabin while still maintaining a tropical island feel. Cabin crew will create that island feel before you even land with pops of turquoise on a field of traditional Fijian design.

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See the South Pacific with Air New Zealand's Explorer Pass

June 25, 2013 at 9:33 AM | by | Comments (2)

After showing off some of the raddest retro travel ads from the South Pacific, it's an absolute pleasure to see that Air New Zealand is making it a whole lot more affordable to wander around the islands of the region. The airline's new Explorer Pass is the best way to add on a few new destinations to your itinerary.

Exclusively for flights originating from North America, the pass allows travelers to island hop all around the South Pacific with a pricing structure similar to that of a taxi cab. Based on zones, adventurers can explore 27 destinations in domestic New Zealand, Australia, and nine South Pacific islands including Tahiti, The Cook Islands and Fiji with easy add-on fares.

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Airfare Deal Alert: Now is a Great Time To Say 'G'Day, 'Straya!'

June 12, 2013 at 9:32 AM | by | Comments (0)

Last week, we amy have mentioned how great Australia is to travel to even during their Winter. Well, it seems like Qantas agrees since they've just made it a little more affordable to hop down under.

The Red Roo picked up on our first reason to head to Oz and created their "Just How Great is the Barrier Reef?" fare sale. The deal showcases the wonders of not only the Great Barrier Reef, but also the further delights the "Lucky Country" has to offer.

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Airfare Deals to Asia for Under $1,000 on Singapore Airlines? Yes, Please.

June 6, 2013 at 11:11 AM | by | Comments (0)

Hey, who wants to fly all the way to Asia from the US for under four digits? Trick question! The answer is: who doesn't?

If you've followed along with our incredible journey on none other than the Singapore Airlines A380, we've got super awesome news: the mega flight deals of Singapore Airlines have returned, with a definite focus on getting Americans to Asia during the summer season.

It may be hot, but just think—you'll be packing extra light with a heavier wallet. That's truly the best recipe for making a travel dream happen. May we recommend staying at the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore and floating in their famous infinity edge rooftop pool all day and winning back that money in their Sands casino all night?

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Does Priceline's 'Name Your Own Price' Actually Work for Airfares?

April 18, 2013 at 11:30 AM | by | Comment (1)

"Name Your Own Price." What a tempting offer, and it's one the Priceline travel booking website offers to anyone who's game. We're game. Name our own price for a hotel? Do it all the time. Name our own price for a rental car? Sure. But name our own price for a flight? Stressful!

So we tried it out.

Deciding to name your own price means you must be flexible in two very important areas: airline and flight times. Priceline will allow you to secure flights on exact dates, with exact airports of your choice, but you've got to let them take care of everything else if you're to get a sweet deal. Luckily for us, we weren't going to be picky on a last-minute itinerary for fun.

So here's what happened.

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There's Still Last-Minute Chinese New Year Flights to Asia for Under $1,000

February 4, 2013 at 10:17 AM | by | Comments (0)

You've done the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Holi in India, Oktoberfest in Munich and maybe even New Year's in NYC's Times Square. No matter what major world events you've crossed off your bucket list, there better be an entry for Chinese New Year in Asia. It's next Sunday—February 10—and if you can jet away for a long weekend on the other side of the world to celebrate the start of the year of the Snake, there's still plenty airplane seats.

Just to sample the goods, we searched for the most affordable Economy airfares* from the US to where the Chinese New Year fireworks will be largest.** Here's what we found:

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How to Vacation on Tahiti for Free? Just Buy a Flight on Air Tahiti Nui.

February 1, 2013 at 11:52 AM | by | Comments (0)

At some point in your travel life, you're going to want to visit Tahiti. It's inevitable and, duh, you should give in to the desire, but the only huge obstacle is typically price for such a trip.

Luckily for a period, Air Tahiti Nui is giving flyers free 3-night vacations in Tahiti if you book a roundtrip flight on them from Los Angeles to Auckland, New Zealand, with optional continuing service on to Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne.

The price for the whole shindig, flights and 3-night Tahiti stopover at either the Le Meridien or Manava resorts included, is $1,298, which is really awesome if you can keep to the cheapest option of LA-Auckland.

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JetBlue Knocks 80% off Flights from New York with Juicy 'NYCFlightWeek' Deals

January 28, 2013 at 2:24 PM | by | Comments (0)

Woooo hoo! #NYCFlightWeek has arrived! We didn't know what it was until noon today and now we can't imagine our life without it because it's already saved us a boatload on a dream winter trip. No joking. Listen up.

#NYCFlightWeek begins on Twitter, when the @JetBlue account tweets that 12pm EST is the time to watch for, at which point they'll tweet the link to the day's special 80% off airfares. Each has a promo code that strips the 80% off published airfares right on their official JetBlue.com site.

Today was the first day and it'll continue all through the rest of the week. So, what's the verdict? Judging from the first destination offerings of St. Maarten, Liberia, Costa Rica and Fort Myers, FL, travelers who can drop everything and jet off this or next week are in for some unbeatable deals. That's the only problem—there's limited availability on seats and dates, so travelers who are most flexible will be the ones to really cash in on NYCFlightWeek.

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Cheapy Cheap Air France Flights Now Possible with 'MiNi' Fares

Where: France
January 7, 2013 at 4:03 PM | by | Comments (0)

Everyone is always asking, "how can I get cheaper airfare?" Well today's your lucky day as Air France announces a bare-bones ticket that's nothing but cheaper airfare, and they're calling it the "MiNi."

One-way "MiNi" fares would start at €49 (including tax), which is around €20 less than a normal economy ticket, though MiNi means no itinerary changes, no seat selection at booking, and no mileage earning. Still, if you can keep it to carry-on only (checked baggage is €15 per piece in advance, €30 at the airport), it's a heck of a lot cheaper than taking the Eurostar from London to Paris and the TGV on to Nice.

There are 58 starter destinations, all short- and medium-haul, for example from London City to Brest, Nantes, Pau, Avignon, Toulon and Paris-Orly. If you're like, "what the heck in Toulon," then know that it's an airport much nearer to St. Tropez, Cannes and Monte Carlo than Marseille, so that's our first choice right there. Other MiNi fare hubs are Paris-Orly, Marseille, Toulouse and Nice.

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The Sweetest Airfare Deal of 2012 is...

December 28, 2012 at 4:46 PM | by | Comments (0)

It's that time of the year again, the time when the year just plain ends. Alas, we can't just let 2012 go that easily, especially since travelers spent it both up in the air and up in arms over a crazy range of topics. Needless to say, we're ready for 2013, but first we're taking a brief look back at the best of 2012 with the Jaunted Travel Awards,—or as we fondly refer to them—The Jauntys.

Cheapy-cheap mistake fares are great and everything but they're rarely reliable, so for our Sweetest Deal we turn to one offered by an airline itself, with guaranteed prices and guaranteed travel. The honor goes to Singapore Airlines and their recurring A380 to Frankfurt or Singapore fares from New York.

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Scoot Adds Cities and New In-Flight Meals, Keeps Airfare Super Low

Where: Singapore
December 20, 2012 at 3:43 PM | by | Comments (0)

While it has been some time since we last talked about all things Scoot, that doesn't mean they've been quiet and content in their newbie airlineness. Quite the contrary. The yellow planes have been scooting all over the region, from Singapore to some new destinations, and they've even been making some friends!

It's old news now, but worth a second mention that they're due to get some Dreamliners

With more and more planes being added to the Scoot family, the airline is getting cozy with its neighbors at Changi International. Scoot and Singapore-based budget carrier Tiger Airways have decided to make nice, hooking up to expand their respective reach in the region. This partnership opens up new possibilities, like Saudia Arabia, India, Cambodia and Vietnam.

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