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All the travel news, flight deals, airline promotions, etc. are are chosen specifically for visitors to the Asia & Pacific region.
Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Asia Pacific
Australia, Cambodia, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Timor Leste, Thailand, Vietnam, and more.
AirAsia, Air China, Air New Zealand, ANA, Bangkok Airways, EVA Airways, Cathay Pacific, Cebu Pacific, Emirates, Etihad, Garuda Indonesia, IndiGo, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Lion Air, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and more.
Our newsletter is growing constantly - both in terms of subscribers as content. Expect more sections being added, as we learn from you and our other community members what really interest you.
This is where pure flight hacking takes place! Sudden price drops, so-called ‘mistake fares’, or special promotions from the airlines – our team has them covered. We are monitoring flights to all popular Asia Pacific destinations – Bali, Bangkok, Dubai, Fiji, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Maldives, Phuket, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo, and so on.
Every day there is an airline to reveal its new sale or promotion. You can chase them on airline websites, social media, newsletters, and try to filter out valuable sales from tons of pure marketing. Or you can just subscribe to our newsletter, and let us do all the hard work.
A curated list of articles from around the web — the content that cuts through the noise and covers the most compelling issues in travel. You will find here all the information needed when traveling during the post-pandemic “new era” of travel – with the focus, of course, on Asia Pacific region.
The most captivating videos — to entertain and learn. If you’d rather watch than read, you’ll find a wide range of travel-related topics here.
Why it's free?
The deals we send are publicly available (otherwise you will not be able to book it). That means anyone can find them - with the right set of tools and plenty of free time. Automated systems help, but the results still require manual review and selection of the best deals.
This is the method all similar services use, and some of them even skip the manual part. They charge a fee to access their "premium deals" (offers with the largest savings compared to regular price). We decided to give away all the deals (including "premium") for free - to show that free and good really can come together. And yes - we may occasionally place an ad to support our efforts, but we will never let that affect the quality of the newsletter experience.
Finally, as you can see in the comparison table below, paid services don't necessarily provide the best value for your hard-earned money.
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Air Traveler Club is a brainchild of the same team that runs Tiket2.com - an independent flight search website operating in Asia Pacific market. We've decided to use our 10+ years of experience and the tools we developed to create a newsletter that helps people to travel cheaper. It is still a beginning, and we hope you'll enjoy this journey with us!
It depends on how many super cheap flights we can discover. On average, you can expect 20-60 flight deals per month. Additionally, we usually send 10-20 airline promotions a month.
Basically, it's all about cheap travel to, from and within Asia Pacific (APAC). It means that at least a departure or a destination airport must be located in the region. You will find then the deals from Europe to Asia (e.g. Berlin to Bangkok), from North America to Asia (e.g. Los Angeles to Tokyo), from Asia to Middle East (e.g. Singapore to Dubai), from South America to Oceania (Santiago to Sydney) or within APAC (e.g. Jakarta to Hong Kong).
We don't cover routes such as North America to Europe, Africa to South America, Europe to Africa, etc.
We focus mainly on long-haul international (intercontinental) flights, as that's where the biggest savings lie. Occasionally, we may send domestic deals for large countries with an extensive airport network such as Australia, India and Indonesia.
These deals are rare, but we are able to find them from time to time. As they still carry a higher price tag (a discounted Business Class flight is usually more expensive than Economy) they are not that interesting to most of our subscribers. We may post one or two offers in our newsletter, but for the most Business Class deals we decided to create a members-only page within our Patreon community site.
We plan to release a dedicated tool where you will be able to post such a request and receive a deal found by our team. In the meantime, you can just email us at email@example.com and we may include your dream destination in the next newsletter. It could be valuable to other members as well!
Most deals are time-sensitive and they don't last long. Many travelers are constantly looking for them and once found, they book them immediately. Also, flight prices fluctuate constantly and tend to rise as the departure date approaches. We usually send deals for particular dates, but the rule of thumb is to play around with different date combinations (several days before or after the original deal) - similar low prices may still be available.
It all depends on the type of deal. From our experience, the best offers disappear within one day or a few days (for these with a departure date in a few months). But sometimes it's even a matter of hours for the super low fares to vanish.
Here is an important conclusion: if the deal for your destination is still valid, don't hesitate to make a booking if it's compatible with your travel plans.
Remember that most airlines now offer flexible bookings. After you have booked your flight, you can change the dates without incurring an administration fee. Some airlines will allow you to do it even 2-3 times in the next year or two (!).
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