Looking for a pleasure trip? Wine flies free from here

Let’s face it: travel is a beast right now. High fares, crowded terminals and canceled flights add up to a big headache. If you can take it, though, you can score a big game that emerged amidst an industry in turmoil.

Wine flies free

get your Riedel glasses ready, Aha! airlines is ready to take you to the best grapes in the American West. And until November 30, travelers can take a case of wine home for free.

Powered by ExpressJet Airlines, Aha! aims to provide air service to travelers in smaller communities, many of which have experienced a reduction in air service over the past decade. Convenient, short, non-stop flights from Aha! helping people find their way to high-quality destinations like the Reno-Lake Tahoe area.

Wine flies free prefaces Ah! flights that will soon connect Reno-Tahoe and Charles M. Schulz Airport in Sonoma County to Santa Rosa, connecting wine lovers to California wine country in just under an hour. This new location joins Aha! wine destinations in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

Keep an eye out for Aha!, as the airline will soon be partnering with resorts, casinos and attractions to “bundle” value-priced vacation packages.

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Northern Wild Finds

A sunset over the water and fishing boats outside the Salmon Falls Resort on Alaska's Ketchikan Peninsula
Salmon Falls Resort

Just 90 minutes from Seattle-Tacoma Airport, Salmon Falls Resort in Ketchikan, Alaska is an amazing place for wild outdoor adventures. Ketchikan isn’t called “The Salmon Capital of the World” for nothing.

Beloved for its rich Alaskan culture and pristine wilderness, you can now access this vast natural splendor with three new North River Guided Fishing Boats to add opportunities amidst the vast Tongass National Forest. Sitting on the secluded island of Revillagigedo, resort visitors can reconnect and cross travel off the to-do list in a private setting. Seaplane fishing adventures, oyster farm tours, and fjord cruises complete with salmon roe and wine pairings are a good start on this list.

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A German Connection

A Lufthansa, D-AIZR in the air
Photograph by Thomas Naas

In summer, the smell of sausage tints the air under blue skies and the medieval cathedrals of Frankfurt, Germany. When it’s hot in Salt Lake City, old ski resorts and national parks beckon to be explored on two feet, two wheels or any other means of transportation about a great expanse of the outdoors. Literal worlds apart, Lufthansa has now connected the two.

A few weeks ago, the German airline’s Eurowings Discover division confirmed a brand new jaunt from Salt Lake City to Frankfurt. Salt Lake City joins existing Eurowings Discover North American getaways in Fort Myers, Tampa Bay and Las Vegas.

“We are delighted to be the first airline to offer non-stop flights from the German-speaking region of Europe to Salt Lake City,” Helmut Woelfel, chief commercial officer of Eurowings Discover, said at the conference. June ceremony. “Thanks to the full integration of Eurowings Discover into the Lufthansa Group network, it has never been easier for travelers from all over Europe to visit fascinating Utah and its surroundings.”

The route from the New World to the Old should operate three times a week – Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Eurowings Discover expects the getaway service to continue during the summer timetable until October 14, pausing until flights resume in summer 2023.

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