Europe from the inside: London to Rome

Looking for a nice place to visit? You can’t miss this opportunity.  Starting from $1295.00 you can have the experience of a great journey London to Rome seeing the stunning winter or spring facade of France and Switzerland on the way! Day 1 London to Paris, France (option to join in Paris) The trip in Europe will start in the …

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An airport designer experiences

If there’ss somebody who knows about being in a plane, thats William Hooper, an architect who specializes in airport design.  “I’m an airport architect, and people either like what you did on a job or hate what you did and, of course, could do it better”. Most of the time, to travel has more to do with the experience of …

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Fly to Peru with Lan Airline

It’s time to discover Peru with this incredible fares and tour its magnificent cities and towns that offer great architecture, gorgeous scenery and warm people. Enjoy the exclusive in-flight services of LAN as you discover a country rich in history. Purchase your ticket to Peru now! Travel to Peru and visit Lima, Arequipa, Cuzco, Juliaca, Piura and Puerto Maldonado with …

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Bandit taxi crackdown at Los Angeles International Airport

With holiday flying in full flower, Los Angeles International Airport is cracking down on “bandit cabbies,” those who approach passengers as they wait for ground transportation. Their promise: cut-rate, sometimes “first class” ground transportation to your hotel. In a limo, perhaps. Airport police say these illegal, for-hire operators are unsafe. Neither the California Public Utilities Commission nor the City of …

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Qantas takes bigger bite of Big Apple

Qantas is taking a somewhat bigger bite out of the Big Apple. The long-range, transpacific specialist increases the number of weekly flights from New York to Sydney from three to five early next year. February 27, 2006 Australia’s far-ranging flag carrier adds a pair of weekly departures from John F. Kennedy International Airport. The extra flights are not nonstops. They’ll …

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Southwest returns to Denver

It’s been a long time since Southwest Airlines touched down in Denver. When it did, the airport was the old Stapleton International. Now, Southwest is headed back to the lee of the Rocky Mountains in a very big way. “Denver is a market that has been a significant gap in Southwest’s system for many years,” says Gary Kelly, the discount …

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St. Louis: The heart of the heartland

St. Louis is very close to being the geographical center of the United States and it truly won’t disappoint the tourist seeking to experience one of the cities in America’s heartland. The city bursts with tradition, the Mississippi ferryboats, the Gateway Arch and its Old Courthouse all reflect the era and spirit of when America was expanding westward. Historically St …

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China’s Spring Lantern Festival

Every February the Spring Lantern Festival is celebrated across China. The event is a spectacular display of locals going out into the streets with self-made lanterns, with designs ranging from traditional dragons to Michael Jackson and Mickey Mouse. The night is full of activity with most people celebrating outside. Visitors will see singing, dancing and large food stalls nearly everywhere.

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Southwest wastes no time in adding Missouri routes

Just a day after the travel restrictions were lifted at Dallas’ Love Field Airport, discount airline Southwest immediately added two flights to Missouri. New flights to St Louis and Kansas City were widely expected but not this soon. Southwest Airlines will fly to both destinations from December 13, 2005.

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Frequent flyer hits one million miles

A passenger has reached one million frequent flyer miles in what he called “The Great Canadian Mileage Run 2005.” Marc Tacchi purchased one of Air Canada’s North America Unlimited Passes, a $6,000 ticket that effectively gives the holder unlimited travel within North America between October 1 and November 30. By spending 56 of the 61 days in an airplane he …

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