Travel Impressions Offers Commissions on Dedicated Vacation Flights

mexicoTravel Impressions (TI) reports it is now offering 5 percent commissions on all Dedicated Vacation Flights. The commission offer is available on all Dedicated Vacation Flights across the board, whether booked as part of a Travel Impressions vacation package, an Impress Me Deal or air-only booking, TI says.

Dedicated Vacation Flights are both seats pre-purchased from airlines on their scheduled departures, and wholly chartered planes.

The 5 percent commission also applies to Dedicated Vacation Flights booked in conjunction with group travel, where Travel Impressions is continuing its “Every 6th Passenger Flies Free” promotion on groups featuring a minimum of 20 adult passengers sharing 10 double occupancy rooms. 


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Up to five free airfares can be accumulated based on a group size of 30 adults sharing 15 rooms for travel Aug. 16 – Oct. 31, 2014 (blackout dates may apply; taxes and fuel surcharges are additional).

Dedicated Vacation Flights are booked on carriers including: Frontier, JetBlue, AeroMexico, AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines and Sun Country Airlines. Departure times are good-faith estimates based on the current year's schedule and flight patterns. Exact times may be subject to change between when the flight is booked and the airline announces its formal schedule.

Travel Impressions offers nonstop Dedicated Vacation Flights from more than 20 U.S. departure cities to vacation destinations throughout Jamaica, Mexico, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic with via AeroMexico, AirTran Airways, Frontier Airlines and JetBlue. These flights are typically non-stop with schedules, TI notes.

Dedicated Vacation Flights are available from Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Lansing, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rockford, Salt Lake City and St. Louis.


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