CheapOair Announces Top Destinations for Thanksgiving 2015
Leading Online Travel Agency Releases Data Showing Top 10 Most Traveled to Cities for the Holiday Weekend
NEW YORK, NY – October 22, 2015 – CheapOair®, the first flights-focused hybrid travel agency, today announced its top ten most popular domestic and international destinations for Thanksgiving. This year’s data shows many travelers are visiting warm weather cities, with Los Angeles, Miami and Orlando dominating the top three domestic destinations. The top three international destinations include Manila, Cancun and Delhi, which are also warm weather cities during this time of the year.
In addition to popular tourist areas, such as New York and Los Angeles, CheapOair’s data shows three cities in Florida among the top ten U.S. destinations, with Miami coming in at number two, Orlando at number three and Ft. Lauderdale at the number ten ranking. The average roundtrip domestic airfare for destinations on the list this year is $429, with the lowest fares to cities such as Orlando, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale and NYC.
CheapOair’s Top Domestic Destinations for Thanksgiving 2015 Holiday and the average roundtrip airfare:
Los Angeles, CA, $511
Miami, FL, $425
Orlando, FL, $371
Dallas, TX, $362
New York, NY, $424
Chicago, IL, $462
San Francisco, CA, $448
Newark, NJ, $411
Ft Lauderdale, FL, $382
Seattle, WA, $497
The list of top ten international destinations also includes several that are favored by tourists, such as Cancun, San Juan, Sydney and Aruba. The average airfare for the leading international travel destinations during the Thanksgiving travel season is $585.
CheapOair’s Top International Destinations for Thanksgiving 2015 Holiday and the average roundtrip airfare:
Manila, Philippines, $823
Cancun, Mexico, $485
Delhi, India, $908
Sydney, Australia, $623
Bangkok, Thailand, $812
San Juan, Puerto Rico, $440
Mexico City, Mexico, $383
Mumbai, India, $498
Toronto, Canada, $418
“When it comes to booking travel around Thanksgiving, we advise consumers to be flexible on travel dates, and utilize CheapOair’s website or mobile app to compare fares and search for different travel options,” explains Thomas Spagnola, CheapOair’s Senior Vice President of Supplier Relations. “Booking flights that are scheduled to fly on Thanksgiving Day, rather than in the days leading up to the holiday, is a great cost effective strategy for price-sensitive travelers.”
As an added bonus, online bookings made on CheapOair’s Thanksgiving travel deals page between now and October 30th will be automatically entered to win a $300 travel voucher thanks to CheapOair’s Home AwaitsTM program.
By consistently monitoring travel trends, CheapOair’s mission is to educate and aid consumers and travel professionals in both planning their travel accommodations and staying current on the most popular destinations. With a portfolio of products, including rate and schedule information from 450 global airlines, CheapOair is a great way to book the travel that’s right for you.
The fares referenced are averages, calculated based on bookings made 30+ days in advance, leaving anytime on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and returning the following Sunday or Monday.
For more information, please visit http://www.CheapOair.com, http://www.cheapoair.com/mobile, or our social media pages, http://www.Facebook.com/CheapOair and https://twitter.com/cheapoair.
CheapOair is a flights-focused hybrid travel agency that enables consumers to book online, on mobile apps, by phone or live chat. CheapOair (http://www.cheapoair.com, 1-646-738-4820) bridges the gap between an online and traditional travel agency with certified travel agents available to help find deals and offers to destinations worldwide on over 450 airlines, 150,000 hotels, and 100s of car rentals. Partner airlines benefit from access to CheapOair’s broad customer base that books high yield international travel and add-on ancillaries at above the industry average. Follow CheapOair on Facebook and Twitter to learn how to travel the world for less.
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