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Tag Archives: United Airlines
Airlines – Chico to LAS, PDX, LAX, BUR, SNA, SAN for $59
A $39 sale started by Southwest and matched by other airlines including United Airlines has brought fares from Chico to Las Vegas, southern California, and Portland down to $59 one way or $118 round-trip. This is a steal. Terms: – … Continue reading
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Airline Fare School # 11 – Differences between domestic and international fares
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
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Airline Fare School # 9 – Secret stopovers, Part 2
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
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Airline Fare School # 8 – Secret stopovers, Part 1
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
Airlines – United Airlines, travel agencies, and credit cards
It hasn’t gotten a lot of press outside the travel industry but a recent move by United Airlines may change how you buy airline tickets.
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Airlines – The best frequent flyer programs for not-so-frequent flyers
If you live in California, Oregon, or Washington but are not an especially frequent flyer it still pays to be enrolled in two airline mileage programs to capture the benefit of the trips you do take. Membership in more than … Continue reading
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