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Flights Buy roundtrip tickets. The least expensive fares often apply to roundtrip tickets. Purchase early. Try to make your reservations and ticket purchases at least 21 days prior to departure. This advance-purchase period varies. Some fares require an advance purchase of 3, 7, 14, or 21 days, while others may require no advance purchase at… [Read More]

Written by Sara Metz. The New York Times just ran a story about the battles between online airline ticket dealers and the airlines that use them to list flights, resulting in some airlines being removed from popular sites like Orbitz and Expedia and making it even more difficult for travelers to compare prices and find good deals… [Read More]

Written by Joy Thrun. Corporate travel is a sea of rules, accounting, fees, and options. If not properly managed, you could be throwing hard-earned profits down the drain. Know what you're getting into before you make a commitment - Classic Travel to the rescue! Everyone has heard the horror stories about the ‘real’ value of… [Read More]

Written by Erin Cardwell. The files on your desk are stacking up, the calls are pouring in, and the last thing on your mind is taking a vacation. At the first suggestion of spending a few days or even a week (gasp) out of the office, you roll your eyes while you think of the… [Read More]

Written by Julie Schafer. With the new GOGO Vacations’ MyTime program, you will have a unique experience that invites you to enjoy your vacation more than ever before. When you contact Classic Travel for your next trip to Cancun/Riviera Maya, Isla Mujeres, Punta Cana, or Aruba at select All-Inclusive resorts, we can offer you exclusive inclusions… [Read More]

Written by Joy Thrun. This article was featured in Greater Lansing Business Monthly (October 2010). If you have not done so already, it’s time to begin planning and start booking holiday and spring break travel. There are more options than ever and great deals to be had on both land and sea. For those of… [Read More]

Excerpt from The Toronto Star (14 Nov 05) by Kevin Scanlon. The internet is a great source of information for both leisure and corporate travelers, but when it comes to making a booking, what are the key factors to consider? Here we raise some valid issues to consider when deciding where to book your vacation… [Read More]

Written by Jerry Limone. PORTLAND, Ore. -- No matter a corporation's size, travel agencies are the best sources for the lowest air fares, according to a study completed by Topaz International, a company that audits travel programs for corporate clients. Travel agencies beat or equal the Internet's lowest fare 95% of the time, Topaz found… [Read More]