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TRAVELOCITY IDENTIFIES CHEAPEST DAYS TO FLY OVER THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

When it comes to holiday travel, Travelocity says flexibility is always crucial – especially since average domestic airfare is up 5 percent and international airfare is up 6 percent from the 2010 holiday season. In addition, New Year’s domestic airfare is up 6 percent and international airfare is up 12 percent versus 2010 prices. However, knowing when to fly can save travelers more than $230 this holiday season.

Ask a New York City Expert: Meet Loulu Lima, Travelocity’s New York City Market Manager

Editor’s Note: Periodically, we’ll be featuring a Q&A with our resident destination experts at Travelocity, the Travelocity market managers. Market managers are locals to their destination and experts on everything and anything related to tourism in their markets. Please welcome them to The Window Seat.

Loulu Lima is one of  the Travelocity market managers for NYC. She has been with Travelocity for four years. She enjoys sports, cooking, family time and traveling. Her favorite part of the job is discounts on hotels!   I love to travel around the city and act like a tourist, so I know how to sell my hometown better.  With a city like NYC, its hard to know it all.  

Loulu and her sister on a trip to Cancun.


Ask a Honolulu Expert: Meet Susie Fujikawa, Travelocity’s Hawaii Market Manager

Editor’s Note: Periodically, we’ll be featuring a Q&A with our resident destination experts at Travelocity, the Travelocity market managers. Market managers are locals to their destination and experts on everything and anything related to tourism in their markets. Please welcome them to The Window Seat.

Aloha!  My name is Susie Fujikawa and I’m the Market Manager for Travelocity based in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.  I’ve been with Travelocity for more than five years.  Some of my favorite activities and hobbies include hiking, boxing, reading, cooking, wine tasting, dining experiences and just about any outdoor activity.  I am excited to be able to share my destination with you!  So climb aboard my virtual canoe and here we go! I hope to welcome you to my destination soon!  Or as we say in Hawaii, “E Komo Mai!” (Welcome).