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Hawaiian Airlines: Discover Tokyo

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Japan is definitely a country where the old meets the future, a country of contrasts and contradictions. Spring is one of the best times to visit the country and March brings the famous cherry blossoms and festivals.

If you want to experience the magic of Japan , now it’s time to book the flights offered by Hawaiian Airlines. The airline offers special, limited-time fares on flights to the Tokyo, Japan. You can now fly from Honolulu to Haneda for just $710 RT if you book the ticket by February 11, 2011. The travel period is until March 31, 2011.

Read more details on the airline’s Official website.

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Great Sale on Japan and China Airfare

toykyo-subway.jpgAsia is a happening part of the world. From the bustling shopping districts of Tokyo to the serenity of Kyoto to the overwhelming growth of Shanghai to the rapid transformation of Beijing, there is a lot going on in Japan and China. Now is the perfect time to visit one or both of these great countries.

In China you can see the elements of the old way of life right next to the breakneck race towards modernity. Farmers with no shows still work the rice paddies while next to their fields huge high rise buildings stretch way into the sky, ushering in a new way of life. The contrast is quite stark and in some ways unsettling for both visitor and resident alike. It is also exciting. The optimism is in the air. In some ways a visit to China can be like a visit to the United States in the early 20th Century. You can see a country that is being transformed on a daily basis.

The transformation has already taken place in modern, bustling Japan, but it is no less interesting a country to visit. The sprawling metrotopolis of Tokyo goes on forever, with lights and people everywhere. Outside the city you will find pockets of traditional communities existing in a world dominated by high speed bullet trains and hand held communication devices. It is simply fascinating.

The price is right for a trip to China or Japan. Travelocity has some excellent deals on flights to Asia. Tickets must be purchased soon and travel must be completes by April 30, 2007.

Bonus miles and special fares for new D.C. to Tokyo route

Book D.C. to Tokyo with Booking Buddy

United Airlines has special airfares and up to 15,000 bonus miles to celebrate their new daily nonstop service from Washington D.C. to Tokyo!

Travel from the East coast to Asia will get a lot easier with their new daily nonstop service from Washington, D.C. to Tokyo, with connections to more destinations in Asia. For a limited time, enjoy special airfares and earn up to 15,000 bonus miles on all First Class fares and select Business Class fares, or up to 7,500 bonus miles on select Economy fares.

For details of the bonus miles offer, look for the Washington, D.C. – Tokyo Bonus Miles link on the Mileage Plus Air Promotions page. To qualify for this promotion, register before departure, or no later than 30 days after you complete travel.

Terms and Conditions for special fares:
Purchase by August 31, 2006
A seven-day advance purchase is required
Travel outbound from August24, 2006 – December 14, 2006
A six-night minimum stay is required
A 30-day maximum stay is permitted

D.C. to Tokyo – Book with Booking Buddy

Cheap Flights to Japan

Cheap Flights to Japan

It is only comparatively recently that Japan came out of the shell of its isolation, but the country of genteel geisha girls and pink cherry blossom has made up for lost time. There are few people in the western world who have not driven a Japanese car, eaten sushi or played on a GameBoy or Sony Playstation.

The nation of Japan consists of an island archipelago stretching from northeast to southwest off the coast of mainland China and Korea, separated from its Asian neighbours by the Sea of Japan. Between 1639 and 1859 Japan elected to cut itself off from trade or traffic with the rest of the world, except for some marginal contact through the southern Kyushu island ports. Since opening up its doors once more, just 150 years ago, the densely populated islands have developed in leaps and bounds and much of the country is now covered by sprawling neon-lit cities and the world’s most sophisticated public transport networks.

Cheap Flights to Japan