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Short-Lived Airline Deals

Carol Sottili

Airlines are more often than not offering sales with very short shelf lives. It's not uncommon for a sale to last for only a couple of days. Here are a few that will expire before the Travel section goes to press on Sunday.

*Aer Lingus has a September sale on nostop service from Washington Dulles to Dublin. Round-trip fare with taxes is $578 for travel Sept. 2-30. Deadline to purchase is today. This is a good one - usual fare in September is more than $700 round trip. Buy at www.aerlingus.com.

*Airtran has a three-day systemwide sale that ends Thursday, July 12. Fares range from $49 to $159 each way plus taxes out of BWI and $59 to $150 each way plus taxes out of Reagan National and Dulles. Go to www.airtran.com for details.

*British Airways is offering September-December sale fares to 24 European cities, but you must purchase by Thursday, July 12. Fares from Washington start at $624 plus taxes round trip for Sept. 6-Oct. 25, and then start at $490 plus taxes round trip for travel Oct. 25-Dec. 18. Go to www.ba.com for details.

*TACA is offering sale fares from Washington to San Jose, Costa Rica. Round-trip fare is about $383 with taxes. Deadline to purchase is today. Travel outbound July 15-Aug. 31, and return by Dec. 15. Info: www.taca.com.

By Carol Sottili |  July 10, 2007; 3:54 PM ET  | Category:  Carol Sottili , Deals
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There's a recent airline company called L'Avion (http://us.lavion.com), which also has Summer Special Offers.

This company exclusively offers business class tickets in a customized Boeing from Paris to New York at low cost.

I recently flew L'Avion and the service, the comfort... was just amazing!!!

That's a company to recommend

Posted by: John Gibas | August 7, 2007 8:22 AM

Any more reviews of L'Avion's service?

Posted by: Willard Morgan | August 24, 2007 5:59 AM

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