The summer season is coming to an end but nothing stands in the way of prolonging it. One such possibility is offered by the Dutch Transavia. Between September 11 and 18 you can book return flights to city destinations.
We kick off this sunny July week with a handful of airfare deals, special fares and air ticket sales from several airlines all around the world.
In the table below you can find both regular airfare deals and a discount from Monarch Airlines accessible when using the discount code CHEERUP.
They say a cheap one way ticket is the best remedy against the blue Monday. We slightly disagree – return airfares are so much better!
This is why today we cherry-picked a handful of round trips for you. We made sure some of the most popular airports are represented.
This first summer month is coming to an end but there is plenty of time to book your vacation. There are plenty of airfare sales out there as well and we bring you some of them!
Let us go through this week specials from a variety of airports. Click on the carrier to get redirected to the official website and book directly there.
Hi there. There is no denying that the summer season is here and most of you yearn for vacation. For those of you who are in dither as to what destination to hit this summer we have a dose of inspiration.
Have a look at this cocktail of cheap airfare deals from low-cost airlines and traditional carriers:
Getting up to date with what is happening in the world of airlines is a good way of starting off a new week for an aviation-enthusiast, is it not?
Brussels Airlines expanded its network with a new route from its hub in Brussels Airport. The new route, in operation as of May 21, 2012, is Brussels – Basel.
Nice to see you on our blog USA travellers. In today’s highlights we have got something for you – a sale on flights to Europe. Fancy winter holiday in some evergreen European destinations? If so, read further.
The airline offering the flights is the traditional Amsterdam-based KLM, and the keywords are – European capitals and all-inclusive return flights. Let us have a glance.
Welcome to our weekly news article. Read and keep up to date with the latest development in the world of aviation – as usually, we bring you the latest news concerning new routes and services from both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers.
The big German low-cost carrier Air Berlin launched recently a new service from Dusseldorf to Liberia via the Mexican town of Cancun. The new flights to this popular Costarican destination operate one every two weeks.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is among the oldest traditional carriers worldwide and has a comprehensive route network including some 146 routes hence a huge number a passengers travelling with this airline every year. That is why we believe it is worthwhile to take up the question of how to check in when flying with KLM.
There are four ways in which the procedure can be done. You can check in:
Usually we have to pay loads of money for classy things but there are exceptions to this rule and in today’s post we intend to provide you with one good example of it.
KLM can undoubtedly be branded as a more classy carrier that low cost airlines we mostly focus on but it turns out you can fly hight for low fares with this traditional airline. The current promo flights from the UK will catch your eye with prices starting from as low as £39.