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USA 3000 planes sport Angels

Music fans take note: USA 3000 planes have been decorated with members of British rock band The Jones Gang. The band, notable for their current hit single Angel, are appearing on the jets as a result of collaboration between the record company AAO Music/Reality and the discount airline. A drawing of the three members Kenney Jones, Rick Wills and Robert …

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Swap your home for a vacation

One of the best ways to get a true feel of a place is to stay away from the tourist traps and head out to places not found in the pages of your guidebook. I remember a couple of friends from Germany saying they had had a great time staying in the house of an old school pal of mine, …

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For a taste of the old Mexico head to Baja California

It was only a few years ago that a highway was completed that ran from north to south along the entire peninsula of Baja California. Before the highway’s completion parts of the 1,200 mile trek from Tijuana to Cabos San Lucas were on dirt roads with nothing but tire tracks to show the way. Even with the highway, which is …

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AirCell successfully tests in-flight phones and internet

Global airborne telecommunication firm AirCell has announced that it has carried out successful tests on cell phones and wireless internet access on airborne jets. More than 30 passengers were able to make phone calls with their cell phone, surf the internet, and send emails. AirCell hopes that these services will be rolled out to air passengers by 2007. Currently passengers …

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Flights returning to Mobile

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, numerous airlines cut or entirely removed all their flights to Mobile, Alabama’s regional airport, but now it seems that the airlines are coming back. With announcements from Continental, American Eagle, US Airways, and Delta, there will now be 22 daily flights leaving the Gulf coast city. Most airlines said there had been solid demand …

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Spirit announces new nonstop Detroit-Dallas service

  Spirit Airline announced a new non stop flight between Detroit and Dallas/ fort Worth. This announce is an indication of a recovering travel climate in Michigan. This new service starts  June 21 with a rate of $28.79 each way. The Dallas-Detroit flight leaves daily at 4 p.m and the return at 8:30 p.m. This news should put downward pressure …

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A new low cost carrier at MPS Airport

    A new low cost airline has landed on the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The new carrier is expected to join Southwest, Sun Country and AirTran airlines at the low-fare Humphrey Terminal. These are good news for travelers at MSP International Airport due to the fact that it is ranked 11th among the top 100 cities with highest fares …

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Long distance flights with beds

    Full flat beds are revolutionizing Delta Airlines’ long distance flights with the addition of them to the Business Elite sections on its 747-400 aircrafts. These new acquisition are 20 percent larger than the current seats. They also include technology such as a power outlet, USB port, LED reading lamp & a video monitor showing 300 films, 88 hours …

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Frontier Airlines cancels eight services

    Frontier Airlines is planning to eliminate eight of its 21 daily departures from Kansas City in April. From April 16, the carrier will no longer serve the nonstop flight to Milwaukee, which currently includes three departures a day or Houston, once daily. Other three destinies nonstop service will end in mid-April: Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

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Allegiant becomes the first commercial flight at Gary in four years

      Allegiant Air will begin on Wednesday a twice weekly flight between Gary Chicago International Airport and Sandford International Airport. Flight will departure from Gary on Sundays and Thursdays at noon, arriving 3:30 pm and will be leaving Orlando on the same days at 9:45 am, arriving at Gary at 11:20 am.

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