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Slash sky-high flight costs with unbelievable BOGO deal on Dollar Flight Club


Beat rising flight rates with this Dollar Flight Club two-for-one deal, now only $99.97.
Get two Dollar Flight Club subscriptions for less than $100 and start traveling for less.
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Feeling like your dreams of soaring through the skies have been grounded by skyrocketing airfare prices? To help get you back in the skies, Cult of Mac Deals is serving up a deal hotter than airplane coffee: a two-for-one offer on the Dollar Flight Club Premium Plus+ Plan.

For a limited time, you can pick up two lifetime subscriptions to DFC’s Premium Plus+ Plan for only $99.97. Regularly priced at a jaw-dropping $3,380, this deal is basically like finding a unicorn in economy class.

Save 79% on this elite, AI-powered cheap flight finder


Save 79% on this elite AI flight finder.
Pay $59.99, get a lifelong flight finder AI to plan your vacations with.
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Traveling isn’t cheap, but you can make it a little easier on the wallet if you use an AI-powered flight finder. With OneAir, all you have to do is pick the airports you want to leave from and watch your inbox.

Whether you picked a specific destination or just want to see your options, this airfare AI will hunt down great deals for you. Get a lifetime subscription to the OneAir Premium Plan for $59.99 or the Elite Plan for $109.99 and start packing.

Laptop and tablet ban on planes may expand to cover flights from Europe


Ban came on the back of plot involving bomb disguised as an iPad.
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The Trump administration is reportedly considering expanding its ban on the use of laptops, tablets and other large electronic devices to flights entering the United States from European airports.

The ban is already in place for travelers flying from 10 Middle Eastern countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Qatar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

This app will tell you if you’re going to die in a plane crash


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Sometimes it seems like there have been a lot of plane crashes lately. Between Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17/a>, and Transasia Airways Flight 235, it sometimes feels like there’s never been a worse time to fly.

Of course, that’s not true at all. There’s statistically almost zero chance at all of you dying in a plane crash, no matter how often you fly. And now there’s an app, specifically dedicated to assuaging your fears of dying in an aircraft.

Guilty as (un)charged: Phones with dead batteries banned on U.K. flights



If you’re flying into or out of the United Kingdom, you’d better make sure your Android or iOS handset is fully charged. With the U.S. government recently announcing that all airline passengers with personal electronics devices will now be required to turn them on to prove that they work, the U.K.’s Department for Transport has announced that the same rules will now apply in the United Kingdom.

The new ruling follows reports that terrorists may be able to use phones and electronic devices as a conveyor of explosives that can get around current security checks.

Google’s Flight Search Goes Mobile, Available Now On Both Android And iOS



Users of Google’s Flight Search will now be able to receive the same great desktop features on their mobile devices. Flight Search is now available for both Android and iOS users who search for a flight via their mobile browser. Just search for a flight departing from the US and watch as Google provides you with a table that shows available flights, including duration and prices. Benefits of Google’s Flight Search include: