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Thursday, August 20, 2009

NYC and American Airlines Bring Special Discounts!

New Travel Itineraries Provide Visitors with Useful Tools to Better Navigate the Five Boroughs: Kid-Friendly NYC, NYC in One Day, NYC in Three Days, and New York Eats

New York City (August 19, 2009) – NYC & Company, the marketing, tourism and partnership organization for the City of New York, is inviting consumers from five U.S. cities to visit New York City in 2009 to take advantage of exceptional value and unique experiences in the World’s Second Home. To encourage domestic visitors to book now for travel beginning in September, NYC & Company today joined with American Airlines to debut special, limited-time airfare offers between five major U.S. cities and NYC. The cities offering the specially discounted airfares to and from NYC are Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth and Miami. The fares for Los Angeles or San Francisco are just $109; Dallas/Fort Worth is $99; Chicago is $84; and Miami is $69. The special fares are priced each way based on round-trip purchase for Economy Class travel. They are available for purchase through this Friday, Aug. 21, 2009, so act quickly. Travel on these special fares is available from Sept. 15, 2009 through Dec. 12, 2009, with some dates embargoed around the Thanksgiving holiday period. Lowest fares are for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday travel. Other low fares are available on other days of the week. *See specific details below or on AA.com. NYC & Company also today launched new, customized travel itineraries for visitors to more easily navigate the five boroughs, and take advantage of all the excitement the City has to offer. All information summarizing the deals and travel itineraries can be found at nycgo.com/itineraries.

1 comment:

  1. This is a pretty awesome program. It's a break people are waiting for in this tight economy.