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Category Archives: Airline Fare School
To those of you who have read all of the chapters of Airline Fare School you have my thanks and congratulations. I hope you get the chance to put some of the things you’ve learned into practice when you plan … Continue reading
In an online travel world that is heavy into blogging, emailing, Facebooking, and tweeting the latest bargain fare between Points A and B, there is little out there that gives knowledgeable consumers access to the raw data – the airline … Continue reading
The primary purpose of Airline Fare School is to acquaint you with the rules and structure of airline fares mostly as the system functions within the U.S. Nonetheless I’ve brought in references to international travel in the early chapter on … Continue reading
This is the last installment of Secret Stopovers . US Airways – San Francisco to Paris (free stopover in Philadelphia) US Airways allows a stopover in Philadelphia (PHL) or Charlotte (CLT) on pretty much any fare I’ve looked at between … Continue reading
We’re going to go two directions here: Hawaii and the Caribbean. But first let’s consider why stopover provisions even exist in the first place. At one time and even now, it’s not always possible to fly between two places with … Continue reading
This is the part of Airline Fare School I’ve been most looking forward to writing. Why? Because the information I’m going to present is both obscure and invaluable to the right traveler. And in the galaxy of websites that inform … Continue reading
This is a circle trip: – Sacramento to Atlanta (stopover, not connection) – Atlanta to Cleveland (stopover) – Cleveland back to Sacramento And if you’re thinking this is a triangle, not a circle, I completely agree but the industry … Continue reading
I’ll get to the Tinkertoys part in a while. Let’s start with open-jaws. World’s best cat, Catdog, poses in the shot below illustrating the concept of the open-jaw. CELEBRITY SPOKESCAT CATDOG BRINGS TO LIFE THE “OPEN-JAW”
I trust that all of you have flown at one time from Point A to Point C, changing planes in Point B. (Example: Seattle to Fort Lauderdale on Continental changing planes in Houston.) That, of course, is known as a … Continue reading
In Airline Fare School # 1, 2 and 3, we covered four basic elements including fare displays, rules, routings, and booking the flight in the appropriate inventory for the fare you want. Here in AFS # 4 you’re going to … Continue reading