Category Archives: Airlines

Use ExpertFlyer Like a Pro: Part 1 – Introduction to ExpertFlyer

The ExpertFlyer website has saved me countless hours of frustration when trying to find award seats.

Folks who do a fair amount of air travel (whether on paid or award flights) should consider using this powerful tool to save time and money.

You can be automatically alerted when the award seats you want become available, search for upgrades, find the best airfares, and access handy features like seat maps, flight timetables, and more.

Note: You can get a free ExpertFlyer subscription, but its features are very limited.

Use ExpertFlyer Like A Pro Part 1 Introduction To ExpertFlyer

ExpertFlyer Is a Great Tool for Finding Award Seats, Cheap Airfare, and More

I’ll show how ExpertFlyer can make your travel planning easier! 

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Save Miles With American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards – Now With NO Phone Booking Fee!

Are you planning medium or long-haul domestic award flights in the next few months?  Do you live in a city not served by many nonstop American Airlines flights?  And do you have a lot of American Airlines miles?

If so, you might save miles by booking Citi AAdvantage American Airlines reduced mileage awards!

The new list of Citi AAdvantage American Airlines reduced mileage award cities is out.   You could save 5,000 to 7,500 miles on award tickets between specific destinations which change each month.

But only if you hold certain Citi American Airlines cards.

And there’s good news!  American Airlines no longer charges a phone booking fee for reduced mileage awards.  In the past, American Airlines charged $25 per ticket.

Save Miles With American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards Now With NO Phone Booking Fee

Spend Fewer Miles With American Airlines Reduced Mileage Awards

American Airlines publishes the list of eligible destinations every other month, with discounts listed for the next 4 months.

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Act Fast! Mistake Fare Toronto to Dublin ~$276 Round-Trip

Update:  This fare is NO longer available!  Remember to follow me on Facebook and Twitter so you don’t miss the next cheap airfare deal!

Secret Flying reports you can fly from Toronto to Dublin in coach for ~$276 round-trip!

This is a mistake fare, so won’t last long.  You can find this fare on Tripsta, a UK online travel agency.

Tripsta shows the fare for dates between March and May 2015.  Flights are on US Airways and Iberia.

Act Fast Mistake Fare Toronto To Dublin 276 Round Trip

Fly From Toronto to Dublin for Only ~$276 Round-Trip!

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Today’s Top 5 Cheap Airfares! (Bahamas, Orlando, Vietnam, & More!)

Does the cold weather have you itching for a quick getaway or an escape to some place warm?

Check out these 5 great airfares available right now!  These aren’t all the low fares available today, just the ones I thought were interesting at the time of publication.

Remember, cheap fares like these don’t last long.

You can use tools like Google Flights or ITA Matrix to help find some of these deals.

Today's Top 5 Cheap Airfares Bahamas, Orlando, Vietnam More

Wanna Get (Far) Away? There’s a Great Fare to Vietnam – Plus the Bahamas, Oslo, and Moscow

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Limited Time: Earn 2,000 to 3,000 Airline Miles on Your 1st Hotel Booking With Kaligo

Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you can earn 2,000 American Airlines miles or 3,000 British Airways Avios points when you make your 1st hotel booking with Kaligo.

Kaligo is a hotel booking site that earns you airline miles for hotel stays.

Only new customers can get the extra miles, and you have to sign-up through Frequent Flyer Bonuses’ links.

The 1st 50 folks who book a hotel will get the bonus.  But if less than 50 register and book, the promotion will end on February 28, 2015.  Your stay can be up to a year from now.

Limited Time Earn 2,000 To 3,000 Airline Miles On Your 1st Hotel Booking With Kaligo

Earn Bonus Airline Miles for Your Hotel Stays in the US and Abroad With Kaligo

I like the idea of getting 2,000 to 3,000 miles for just 1 night in a hotel!  Let’s see if this is a good deal.

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