AviNation News: Travel Agents, Fare Searches, and Airline Semi-Private Suites

January 6th, 2011 – Are travel agents making a comeback? According to this article by Tribune Media, with the increasing complexity of online booking, the answer is YES.

January 7th, 2011 – Should frequent fliers have the opportunity to speed through airport security? According to the Seattle Times, travel groups, such as the International Air Transport Association and the National Business Travel Association, are recommending special security checkpoints for frequent travelers to expedite their trip through the security screening process. Click here to read more.

January  8th, 2011 – Recent feuds between airlines and online travel agents may inhibit your search for cheap flights.  What’s going to be your best best option for comparing fares?  See what the New York Times and Star Tribune have to say.

January 9th, 2011 – A number of special anniversaries and events taking place this year will yield great excuses to travel.  From the opening of a new Disney resort in Hawaii to the wedding of Prince William and Kate, 2011 has a number of promising opportunities in storeRead more.

January 9th, 2011 – Looking for luxury when you fly?  Singapore Airlines will begin offering semi-private suites on flights between Los Angeles and Singapore on their Airbus A380.  Suites will include meals on Givenchy china, a 23-inch video screen, seats at 35-inches wide, and a bed with down duvet and pillows.  Each suite will go for over $13,000. 



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