Garuda cancels 90% off promotion early, how to survive a fall of 33,000 feet!, BA starts low-cost Norwegian competitor, Sapporo terminal snowed in

MightyTravels 2016-12-24 at 5.14.59 PM
– disappointing and very disorganized – Garuda cancelled their 90% promotion just 48 hours after it was released

Due to your overwhelming support in Best Deal of The Year promo, we inform you that all redemption seat available for this promo have been fully redeemed.

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However, if you already have confirm booking code before December 24th, 2016, you are still eligible to get this promo for issued date until December 31st, 2016.

Thank you for your participation and wait for next interesting GarudaMiles promo.

read this story – to believe it

In January 1972 she was working as a flight attendant a Yugoslav Airlines DC-9 plane when it blew up over the snowy mountain ranges of what was then Czechoslovakia. All of the other 27 passengers and crew on board died.

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Trapped in the plane’s tail, Vulović plummeted to earth in sub-zero temperatures and landed on a steep, heavily wooded slope near a village. The fuselage tumbled through pine branches and into a thick coating of snow, softening the impact and cushioning its descent down the hill, crash investigators said at the time.

British Airways is determined to stop Norwegian in their quest to take over the world, I wonder if that’s too little too late

The race to offer super cheap flights across the Atlantic is heating up, as the parent company of British Airways became the latest full-service airline to launch its own low-price offering to fight back against the budget carriers that have invaded the lucrative market.

Air Canada, Germany’s Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Air France-KLM SA have also recently launched no-frills subsidiaries to ferry passengers on long-haul flights at budget prices.

MightyTravels 2016-12-24 at 5.14.42 PM

6,000 passengers are snowed in at the Sapporo terminal as the heaviest snowfall in 50 years (!) grounds all planes (and likely most of the ground transport)