Expedia Cybermonday 90% off, Club Carlson 30% off, transatlantic Business Class under $1,000, 35% off Priority Pass, Qatar adds Dublin, Las Vegas, Santiago de Chile

Posted on November 28, 2016 by in Priority Pass Lounges, Travel Industry Flight Status

– Expedia is back with their CyberMonday promotion – it features up to 90% off but you need to really watch those hourly codes (they disappear after a few minutes), it is quite some hassle

Club Carlson has another 30% off code CYBERDAY for stays until March 31, 17 (HT Frequent Flyer Bonuses )

– Luftansa’s pilot strike seems to be never ending – prepare for more cancellations this week

MightyTravels 2016-11-28 at 9.10.53 AM

– awesome Business Class fares from Helsinki to New York (granted it is s short transatlantic crossing) for under $1,000 in Business Class (HT WftW)

Priority Pass offers 35% off when you pay with a Visa card

Qatar is adding even more destinations:

Qatar Airways, the award-winning and fastest growing airline in the world, today announced eight more destinations for 2017-18, in addition to seven previously announced new cities for a total of 15 new gateways. Joining the Qatar Airways’ route network, which spans more than 150 destinations on six continents around the world, are: Canberra, the airline’s fifth destination in Australia; Dublin, Ireland; Las Vegas, the airline’s 11th destination in the United States; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Medan, Kualanamu International Airport, the airline’s third destination in Indonesia; and Tabuk and Yanbu, the 9th and 10th destinations in Saudi Arabia.

These newly-announced destinations join the already-announced list of new destinations to start in 2017: Auckland, New Zealand will start 5 February 2017, and will be the world’s longest commercial flight; Sarajevo, Bosnia; Skopje, Macedonia; Libreville, Gabon; Nice, France; Chiang Mai, the airline’s fourth destination in Thailand; and Douala, Cameroon.

It’s especially interesting to see that they are adding flights to South America (incl. another Brazil flight) after Etihad just cancelled all South America flights.