CheapOair.com Reveals Top Destinations for Empty-Nest Travelers
The kids are back to school and parents of grown children are feeling that sense of wanderlust. CheapOair®, the premier online travel agency and leading provider of affordable flights, has found the top destinations for empty-nest travelers seeking out adventure this fall.
“Dropping the kids off at college can be emotional but it’s also the perfect opportunity for parents to take advantage of their sudden increased free time,” said Tom Spagnola, CheapOair’s Senior Vice President of Supplier Relations.
According to CheapOair’s data, Las Vegas, NV, and Denver, CO, took the top spots for customers over the age of 50.
“It makes sense that many empty-nest parents are rediscovering vacation destinations outside of the realm of theme parks and family-friendly resorts. Whether they’re having a second honeymoon in Vail or just want to play the odds on the Vegas strip, it truly is a wonderful time to get out into the world.”
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. Thanks to its unique comprehensive travel trend monitoring, the online travel agency does just that.
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CheapOair is an online travel agency that specializes in providing cheap flights and great last-minute flight deals for travelers worldwide. Consumers can book online, on mobile apps for iOS and Android, by phone (1-646-738-4820) or live chat. Part of Fareportal’s family of travel brands, CheapOair bridges the gap between an online travel agency and a traditional agency with certified travel agents available to help find discount flight tickets to global destinations on over 600 airlines, a million hotels, and 100s of car rental companies. Follow CheapOair on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram , and Pinterest to learn how to travel the world for less.
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