October 31st, 2014
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In general, less-popular days to fly are cheaper. These are almost always the cheapest days to fly on U.S. domestic routes: Tuesdays, Wednesday and Saturdays and the most popular/most expensive days are usually Fridays and Sundays.
Consider cheapest times to fly as when most people don’t want to and this includes flights at dawn, red-eyes or overnight flights, and often flights around the dinner hours.
When Booking a Flight, always remember that one of the best days to shop and book: for flights in the U.S. is Tuesday at 3 p.m. eastern time. This day and time gives passengers access to the best flight deals. This is when airlines release the most sales and the best time to book plane tickets.
In reference to locking your tickets, the best time-frame to shop/purchase: may vary depending on where you plan to fly, For instance, domestic fares are suggested to be purchased between three months and 30 days prior to flight departure dates, whereas, international fares saves passenger more money when tickets are purchased between 5 ½ months and 1 ½ months before departure.
A big mistake many people make is to delay shopping for airline tickets until the last minute, which is when the steeper prices business travelers pay kick in. Procrastination doesn’t pay when it comes to purchasing a travel tickets, because airline uses last minute travelers overcharge to compensate themselves for the initial discounts given to customers who purchased their tickets earlier. So, don’t wait too long when you are planning to travel and already have your dates. The best time to book and get reasonable flights prices is sooner rather than later. Read more »
October 2nd, 2014
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Most passengers seems to forget after purchasing their tickets to apply their mileage plus in order to get a credit against their next trip purchase. Be it local or international travels, passengers are strongly encouraged to ensure in a timely manner and not exceeding 6(six) months from their travel dates.
Some passengers have traveled for free in most Airlines using their traced mileages, most seats were upgraded from economy class tickets to Business class tickets or First class tickets. In most cases per airline policies, customers have been privileged to transfer their mileages to friends and families with little or no cost on their account. Therefore, whenever we are planning a trip or trying to secure our travel tickets,
If we travel by plane, before we fly it’s worth looking into the airline’s air miles / frequent flyer program. A significant number of airlines form a so called „air alliance”. There are currently three such alliances and the member airlines of these affiliate can offer their customers more services and benefits than what each member would be able to offer on their own. Some airlines concentrate on families and give them the opportunity to combine the individually collected miles and allow one family member to use them for various services on the ground and in the air: flight tickets, upgrading tickets, use of airport lounges, to check in extra luggage, to rent a car, to rent a hotel room or for purchasing flight tickets from one of the members of the alliance organization. Some of the airlines which take families into account are the Quatar Airlines, the Turkish Arlines and the Emirates. Quatar Airlines for example, allows the registration of nine family members and lets them combine their air miles for a selected family member. A family member is regarded as a child above the age of 2 years, a spouse or a parent in this case. Turkish Airlines takes children between the ages of 1 to 2 into account and Emirates even offers the opportunity to transfer air miles between friends.
Furthermore, not just individuals or families can collect air miles but companies can also benefit on a corporate level. Not to mention that hotel chains and rental car companies also reward their customers for loyalty with similar programs. Save more when your mileage counts, have a nice flight!
September 5th, 2014
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A trip outside the country promises to be exciting. Regardless of your purpose for crossing international borders, be it for business, work or leisure, you can always make it memorable. Dare to experience adventures during your leisurely travel, and inject fun tours outside of work or business.
When you are finally set to do so, you leave most of your things behind at the hotel and take with you a handy bag or backpack where some handy items should be. Make sure you have what you need when you take long hikes and experience the outdoors. More importantly, because you are in a foreign land, there are documents you should always have with you wherever you go.
You also need to consider who you will be with during you travel. If you have your kids or your entire family with you in this fun touring time, it will definitely be different set of essentials you need to be bringing.
When alone, however, you need to remember a few of the most significant items you can’t be without. Perhaps the most important are copies of your passport and other travel documents, which you must bring with you wherever you are in your destination. In case your passport gets lost or stolen, you need to have something to prove your legal entry into this foreign land. Some territories are very tight when it comes to tourist requirements, so always have something for identification in case you’ll need it. These items are also important when you need to go to the embassy for some important matters.
Don’t go to places within your destination without bringing some cash. Tuck some money of your own currency and the local currency just to be sure, and a credit card too. In many countries, tourists are often warned about pickpocketing and other similar incidents which usually target foreigners. That being said, you need to be careful about your money and where you put them. Never wear jewelry or other expensive accessories that attract lawbreakers. Read more »
September 4th, 2014
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Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is Europe’s second least-populated country and one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This Scandinavian gem is known for its amazing, albeit unbelievable, natural landscapes which have, sort of, imparted a very unique personality to the country. It boasts for numerous appealing natural attractions―steep fjords, mighty glaciers, rocky coastal islands, fascinating wildlife, and of course, the enchanting phenomena of the Midnight Sun and Northern Lights.
What is even more appealing is the country’s energetic cultural life that can be best experienced in the cosmopolitan and lively Norwegian cities. Norway not only intrigues, but also inspires its visitors, which is why, despite being one of the most expensive countries in the world, it keeps attracting more and more tourists, year after year.
Planning a Norwegian Vacation
A vacation to Norway can be really expensive, which is why, it is extremely essential to careful plan for the same. Buzzle brings you some essential travel tips to plan the vacation of your lifetime. Read more »