Every every now and then you need first-class tickets. Maybe you are off on a business journey and the boss is footing the bill – or you want additional comfort for an older relative’s flight. Or maybe you’re celebrating a special occasion and flying first class will make it even more special. Whatever, you already know you’ll pay – and pay huge – for the superior service, free food and roomy seats in first.
Unlike a layover, a stopover lasts more than 24 hours and provides you time to perform a little sightseeing. (Find them by clicking multicity” throughout your flight search.) Many airways allow free or nominally priced stopovers on long-haul flights; some even foot your lodge invoice. Here, courtesy of Flystein co-founders Vladislav Protasov and Roman Kalyakin, a sampling of airline two-for-ones originating from New York City. At Northwest Airlines, prospects who demand paper tickets should pay a …Continue reading