Looking for bargain airfare deals? Still have not booked your summer getaway? Look no further, have a look at what we found for you.
Below you can find samples of some current airfare sales from several airlines. Click on the links to read more about the airlines or go to their websites to see entire offers. Fly low cost airlines!
Here comes a little wrap up of some of the most interesting flight offers we’ve come across the last couple of days.
First of all, the ultimate airfare deal for you who travel with family from Abu Dhabi. The renowned carrier Etihad is ready to carry up to two kids (between the age of two and eleven) for free with an accompanying adult. Details on the website of Etihad.
Hi fliers, glad to see you on our blog. In today’s post from our series looking into how to check in when flying low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers will find out about the check-in alternatives offered by Cathay Pacific.
Cathay Pacific: online check-in
This alternative is available on all Cathay Pacific flights as well as code-share flights operated by Dragonair. The latter concerns flights departing from Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai , Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Busan, Phuket, Dhaka, Bengaluru, Kathmandu, Kota Kinabalu, Hanoi, Manila and Phnom Penh.
Why not read the latest version of this article - Cathay Pacific: baggage allowance
Hi travellers. In today’s post of our series bringing you the baggage policy of low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers, we look into the baggage allowance of Cathay Pacific, a carrier which is widely known both for being ranked as a 5-star airline by Skytrax, having an excellent service and last but not least for its mesmerizing beauties of air hostesses. We start off with:
Regardless of the class, all passengers save for infants can carry on board one piece of cabin baggage not exceeding the maximum size of 56x36x23cm or 22x14x9 in. These measurements include also wheels, handles and side pockets.
When it comes to in-flight food, which nowadays is a regular ancillary service and no longer and obvious part of the flying experience, we can observe a stratification which by and large comes down to two trends. Low-cost airlines overcharge you for a dishwater of a coffee and a child portion of insipid food which makes them what they are: low-cost.
On the other hand there are those more traditional carriers offering a variety of products depending how much you are willing to put up. That kind of diversity is surely advantageous in that is gives one a freedom of choice. Let us take a look at just a few examples of airlines know for quality food.
It seems as though mother nature is getting ever more relentless and decided not to cease to cause troubles. This time it is the airlines operating to the popular leisure destination Bali and their passengers that have suffered from the whims of an Indonesian volcano Mount Bromo.
Until February 17, 2011 you can book discounted flights to such destinations as e.g. Hong Kong, Australia or China. The sale has been launched by the Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific.
Let us briefly take a look at just some of the fares for you to have an idea of the kind of prices you can expect.
Have you ever dreamt of getting lost in narrow alleys of the Singapore Chinatown and treating yourself to the local food? Or walking amongst the shrines and skyscrapers of Bangkok? Maybe you prefer to take a rest from the metropolitan noise while attempting to climb Mount Pinatubo and contemplating the beautiful nature of Philippines? If you have never dreamt of any of the above-mentioned but now that you are reading these words it suddenly sounds like a good idea? This is the right moment. Cathay Pacific Airways offer namely discounted fares starting at HKD 1890 (being equal to around EUR 200).
The offer stands until July 31 which is not to say that the cheapest tickets will be available throughout the end of the month.
For details visit the carrier’s web site.