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IAG sings latest airbus deal at Farnborough Air Show

IAG sings latest airbus deal at Farnborough Air Show

Home » Travel News » Airline News » Welcome Googler! If you find this article interesting, you might want to subscribe to our Newsletter for the latest travel news. International Airlines Group has converted 20 A320neo options into a firm order for the world’s most popular single aisle aircraft family at the Farnborough air...

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Qatar Airways kicks of Farnborough Air Show 2014 with Airbus A350 display

Qatar Airways kicks of Farnborough Air Show 2014 with Airbus A350 display

Home » Travel News » Airline News / Travel Events News » Welcome Googler! If you find this article interesting, you might want to subscribe to our Newsletter for the latest travel news. Qatar Airways is preparing a strong presence at the 2014 Farnborough Air Show, which opens today. Taking place in southern England,...

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AerCap signs up for 50 A320neo aircraft at Farnborough

AerCap signs up for 50 A320neo aircraft at Farnborough

Home » Travel News » Airline News » Welcome Googler! If you find this article interesting, you might want to subscribe to our Newsletter for the latest travel news. Airbus is underscoring its continued industry leadership with an active participation at the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow, being held in Hampshire, England AerCap, the industry...

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Monarch Airlines links with Boeing for fleet modernisation at Farnborough

Monarch Airlines links with Boeing for fleet modernisation at Farnborough

Home » Travel News » Airline News » Welcome Googler! If you find this article interesting, you might want to subscribe to our Newsletter for the latest travel news. Boeing and Monarch Airlines today announced that the two companies are finalising terms and working towards a Purchase Agreement for 30 737 MAX 8s, marking...

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5 Summer Scams to Avoid

5 Summer Scams to Avoid

Filed under: Personal Finance, Travel, Ripoffs & Scams, Home & Garden, Financial Education Getty Images By Cameron Huddleston The warmer weather offers fraudsters new opportunities to get people to part with their money or personal information. Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean scammers are taking a break. In fact, there are several cons that...

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Summer Vacationers, Beware: 5 Travel Scams That Won’t Die

Summer Vacationers, Beware: 5 Travel Scams That Won’t Die

Filed under: Travel, Ripoffs & Scams, Airfare, Vacation Planning, Saving Getty Images Scammers and swindlers are targeting summer vacationers. From unscrupulous taxi drivers to credit card thieves posing as hotel receptionists, here are a few things to carefully avoid while traveling this summer. The Bait and Switch When we recently asked readers about their...

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5 Easy Ways to Save Money at Theme Parks This Summer

5 Easy Ways to Save Money at Theme Parks This Summer

Filed under: Travel, Vacation Planning, Saving Vetal/Shutterstock Single-day admissions to some of the country’s most popular theme parks hit $ 99 this summer. Tack on transportation, lodging and in-park purchases, and costs quickly add up. By the time the coasters have been conquered and your thrills have been chronicled on Facebook’s (FB) Instagram, you’re...

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4 Countries That Welcome American Retirees

4 Countries That Welcome American Retirees

Filed under: Personal Finance, Travel, Retirement Living, Social Security, Financial Education Jennifer Sharp/Getty Images By Kathleen Peddicord Some countries roll out the welcome mat for foreign retirees, offering sometimes significant tax breaks, in-country discounts and other perks to anyone who qualifies for resident retiree status. The age you qualify as a retiree can have...

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How to Land Posh Hotel Upgrades for $20

How to Land Posh Hotel Upgrades for $20

Filed under: Travel, Deals, Lodging, Vacation Planning, Saving Alamy Frugality gets a bad rap. While it’s not as bad as being “cheap,” frugality is often seen as going hand in hand with a life free of luxury and a disdain for all nice things. And while my husband and I try our best to...

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Should You Spend $100 to Skip Airport Security Lines?

Should You Spend $100 to Skip Airport Security Lines?

Filed under: Travel, Security, Travel Industry, Consumer Issues, Vacation Planning Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty ImagesA sign points to the TSA Pre Check Enrollment Center at Boston’s Logan Airport. By Mitch Lipka Benet Wilson is one of the 2.5 million Americans who have paid a yearly fee to skip security lines at airports...

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