First in Business – How you Can Fly on Qatar Airways new Qsuite Product using AA Miles

Introducing the long anticipated Qsuite product by Qatar Airways. The Doha based airline is launching a business class hard product that is branded as “first in business”. Many people who’ve sampled the demo Qsuite have been blown away as it rivals others’ first class seats.     Qsuite business class seat The center seating section […]

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Qatar Airways 20% Off Sale – 10 Year Anniversary – Gateway Cities to India Subcontinent and SE Asia

Qatar Airways is celebrating their 10 year anniversary by offering a 20% off promotion. This promo applies to flights from their 10 US “gateway cities” to the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Promo code: SUPER3 This 20% “fare” discount applies to both economy and business class tickets. Flights MUST be booked by today, February 9th. Actual […]

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New Airline Routes for 2017 – Southwest to Mexico + Las Vegas to Middle East

2017 is shaping up to be a great year for travelers. More routes means more competition. Additional competition means we should start seeing cheaper prices on said route. Here are some of the new routes that I found interesting: Southwest Airlines (Starting June 4th) — Minneapolis/St. Paul – Nashville – 1 daily — Newark – Indianapolis – […]

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Fly From The United States to Ireland and Then to The Middle East for 23,000 Miles – One Way

I typically don’t post destination specific deals, since they are – well – so specific. This deal to Doha, Qatar (which is shown in the featured image) was one I couldn’t resist, so here it goes. This flight deal consists of two separate award flights, for a combined total of 23,000 points. I’ll start with […]

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