Funjet Offers Nonstop Flights From Dallas and Houston

In response to increasing demand for nonstop flight service for the peak summer travel months, Funjet Vacations has just announced new nonstop service from Dallas and Houston to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico.

The charter/value flights will operate seasonally for departures as early as April 12, 2012 on various dates through mid-August from Houston and December from Dallas, Funjet says.

Value flight service from Dallas to Cancun and the Riviera Maya via Sun Country Airlines is available for travel now through the end of this year. From Houston, Funjet will have nonstop service on AeroMexico to Cancun and the Riviera Maya starting May 24, 2012.
Funjet also notes two great selling opportunities – one for clients and one for travel agents. For a limited-time – travel agents can save their clients more money when they pay in full on their 2012 Dallas & Houston Charter/Value flight vacations. Save clients $100 per air/hotel reservation instantly with Promo Code PAYINFULL when booked by December 31, 2011 for travel May 24 through August 31, 2012.

Also, starting November 4, agents can earn rewards with Fun for Life - Bonus Cash with Groups. Agents can earn up to $500 in Bonus Cash when they book a group to Cancun at Real Resorts through December 8, 2011. Agents can add up air, hotel and other component bonuses, Funjet says. Visit for updated agent reward opportunities.

If clients don’t want to pay in full they will be able to reserve their space for as little as a $50 down, Funjet says. They also can enjoy convenient morning departures and afternoon returns with access to exclusive inventory and pricing to provide the most value from Dallas and Houston to these destinations.

Plus, also new this year for Texas, add Funjet's Complete Coverage to its  Charter/Value Flight air-only reservations for only $39.99 – giving client’s the flexibility to cancel for any reason.


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