Tag Archives: flights

Heavy snowfall affect flights in Paris

The snow predicted for tomorrow Wednesday in Paris was the argument for the authorities to annulled 20 percent of scheduled flights at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport, the most important airport in France.

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Mexico Hotels and Vacation Deals

Don’t lose this opportunity to travel from Los Angeles to Mexico, to so many different destinations. It is time for vacations and Mexico has all the answers you need to know.

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Last-minute Travel Deals

Getting away at the last minute? You don’t have to pay more; you can always find good deals on Expedia.com whether it is for business or pleasure don’t waste this opportunities cause it won’t last forever.

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Free Wi-Fi for national flights in the US

During the new year party Google will offers free Wi-Fi to passengers flying within the United States on Delta, AirTran and Virgin America. This offer is valid from the day before Thanksgiving until after New Year (November 20 to January 2) through mobile internet provider Gogo Inflight Wi-Fi.

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Last Minute Airline Tickets

Planning a getaway trip and are you still looking for last minute deals on the web? Its doesn’t matter why are you traveling, CheapOair has come with great offers on last minute flights to top domestic and international destinations.

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Continental United: the largest airline in the world

U.S. airlines United and Continental Airlines finally agreed to merge in a deal valued at more than 3,000 million dollars, which means the creation of the largest airline in the world. Both airlines released the first results, thanks to the demand recovery after the crisis.

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A flight ticket on your Mobile phone

American Airlines started selling tickets on mobile phones at the U.S., Puerto Rico and Barcelona airports. American Airlines customers traveling from New York’s JFK Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Barcelona (Spain) can be billed through their mobile phones without having to print their boarding passes, the company reported.

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