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Hertz global sale: 30% off on all its cars

17 September 2012

Car rental company Hertz launches a global 30% discount on it fleet until 30th of September.

To access the discount, you must purchase directly on or use Trabber car search engine, where prices are shown with the discount.

Hertz is one of the largest car rental companies worldwide, operating from approximately 8,500 locations in 150 countries.

Emirates launches global sale slashing 25% fare

30 December 2011

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest-growing international airlines, is celebrating the New Year by offering exceptional discounts on airfares to more than 100 cities, when booking from now until January 9, 2012.

Customers can save up to 25 per cent off all published First Class, Business Class and Economy Class fares departing between 22 January and 30 June 2012, when travelling round-trip to any destination on Emirates’ extensive global network.

Renowned for its excellence in service and innovation, both on board and on the ground, Emirates holds an array of prestigious awards, including Air Transport World’s 2011 “‘Airline of the Year'” award and the Skytrax World Airline Award for “‘World’s Best Airline Inflight Entertainment,'” for the seventh year in a row.

JetBlue offering a month of unlimited flights for $599

16 August 2009
The airline is selling all-you-can-fly tickets for $599 per passenger, allowing for unlimited travel between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8.’

The deadline for the purchase of the unlimited-flights package is Aug. 21. Individuals flights must be booked at least three days before departure.’
The airline is selling all-you-can-fly tickets for $599 per passenger, allowing for unlimited travel between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8.

The deadline for the purchase of the unlimited-flights package is Aug. 21. Individuals flights must be booked at least three days before departure.

source: The Business Journal

Lufthansa offers rainy day cover

6 August 2009

Lufthansa is offering passengers compensation for rainy days on holiday, the latest travel company to do so.

People who book flights with them from Germany can claim 20 euro for every rainy day, for up to ten days.

The Lufthansa ‘sunshine rate’ is available until 18 August and is valid on flights departing between 1 September to 31 October to 36 destinations.

source: BBC

Iceland Express release special offer winter flights

14 January 2008

Passengers who book between noon GMT today and noon on January 16th will be able to fly to Reykjavik for ₤52 from London, DKK 533 from Copenhagen and €71 from Berlin.

The offer gives travellers a unique opportunity to experience Iceland in mid-winter. Iceland is becoming an increasingly popular winter destination, thanks to the abundance of snow, clean air, winter landscapes, frozen waterfalls and awe-inspiring Northern Lights.


Ryanair extends 10 stg seat sale into summer peak in response to soft market

19 June 2007

Ryanair has announced it is extending its 10 stg seat sale into the summer peak months of July, August and September in response to continuing softness in the market.

Chief executive Michael O’Leary said the sale of 3 mln seats for 10 stg including charges and taxes, which will cost the company between 25 and 45 mln stg, would stimulate late bookings and increase the airline’s yields.

”Bookings are going very strongly, loads are strong but yields are lower,” he said at a news conference in London. ”It’s good for passengers but bad for profits.”

source: Forbes

BA lowers prices to Middle East routes

15 February 2007

British Airways has lowered the cost of tickets on all Middle East routes and as Paul Starrs British Airways’ Commercial Manager, Middle East mentions “‘The tickets represent a substantial saving for  customers when comparing the prices with other airlines operating regionally. This sale will allow new customers to experience our renowned, industry-leading services at an appealingly low price.’”

The fares – which represent the lowest priced tickets the airline has put on the market since for five years – are available on all tickets bought before February 23rd 2007.

source: Traveldailynews

Fly from New York to Rome round trip for $299. Really.

18 January 2007

Imagine flying round trip between New York City and Rome for less money than you’d pay to take a shuttle flight round trip between New York and Boston. Imagine flying your family of four — or any group of four — on a springtime trip to the Eternal City for a total airfare cost of less than $1,200 for the entire group.

This spring, you’ll be able to make that round trip from New York for $299 per person from April 21-May 8 aboard an Italian airline called Eurofly. This promotional airfare might be the lowest per mile in aviation history.

Eurofly has been operating throughout the world for more than 15 years, but it did so in the past as a charter airline for Alitalia. Last year, it began flying the Atlantic for the first time as an independent carrier under its own name, from New York to Italy’s Rome, Bologna, Naples and Palermo, Sicily. The $299 round-trip fare, which will be guaranteed to at least 1,000 passengers, is obviously an attempt by the Italian company to make a big splash, impressing its name on the minds of American travelers.


Airlines discount intra-Europe airfares

10 December 2006

A fantastic deal for travelers flying to multiple European destinations is the little-known Sky Team Europe Pass.

Europe Pass, new this year, lets you to fly all over Europe for as little as $60 per segment. It also offers flexibility on dates and destinations, with no minimum or maximum stays.

“‘You can save a lot of money,'” says Northwest Airlines spokesman Dean Breest.

Northwest is a member of Sky Team, the alliance of 10 world airlines that also includes Air France, KLM, Alitalia, Aeroflot, CSA (Czech), Korean, Delta, Continental and Aero Mexico.

One-yuan air ticket to hit market

1 December 2006

Spring Airlines, the country’s first discount airline company, offered its customers airline tickets for only one yuan (13 US cents/ 0,10 € ). The airline company’s maiden flight from Guangzhou to Shanghai was on Thursday, representing the completion of its ‘golden triangle’ flight layout between Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, China’s major regional flight centres.

With ticket prices significantly lower than state-owned airlines, Spring Airlines has gotten the attention of travelers who don’t normally fly. Passengers on yesterday’s flight paid as low as 299 yuan for a ticket, 30 percent of the normal price.

source: China Daily