JetBlue's GoPack for Boston, D.C., & Baltimore

Frequent travelers between Boston and D.C. might want to pick up JetBlue's (tel. 800/538-2583; new GoPack, a bundle of 10 one-way flights, on sale for $699. That works out to 5 round-trips at about $140 round-trip. This offer is valid for travel from April 23 through June 27, between Boston and all Washington, D.C.,

area airports (Dulles IAD, Reagan DCA, and Baltimore BWI). GoPack flights can be booked online up to 90 minutes before departure. GoPack purchases earn 4,200 TrueBlue points.

The $699 GoPack does not include taxes and fees of up to $7 per leg of travel.

Book online at by April 17.

Allegiant's New Service to Honolulu

Yep, it's true! Budget carrier Allegiant (tel. 702/505-8888: will launch their new nonstop service to Hawaii this summer. Look for flights between Las Vegas and Honolulu to begin June 29th, with their Fresno-Honolulu service starting on June 30. Introductory fares are available for both routes, starting at $174 each way.

Intro fares must be booked by April 30.

Round-trip fares include:

And don't forget: Allegiant recently decided to charge for carry-on bags. See our newly updated baggage fee chart.

Flight Deals from Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines (tel. 800/426-0333; has released their latest crop of Flight Deals. Travel dates vary by route, so check our fare details for more info. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or all days. Some markets may not operate daily service.

Round-trip fares include:

Spring Savings Sale from Sun Country

Sun Country (tel. 800/752-1218; Spring Savings Sale is good for travel to/from Minneapolis through June 27. Fares are valid for travel into or out of Dallas, Harlingen, Orlando, Ft. Myers, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Boston, New York, D.C., Los Angeles, Seattle, Miami, Lansing, San Francisco, San Diego, and Palm Springs.

All tickets must be booked by 11:59pm CT, April 19.

Round-trip fares include:

RTW Ticketing

Q: My family and I are considering a volunteer experience in Africa. I have read about "round-the-world" or RTW fares and "OneWorld" tickets that would allow us to add intermediate stops on the trip without massive costs. Where can I find more information?

A: Read on.

Additional reporting by Tracy W. Stewart

George Hobica is a syndicated travel journalist and blogger whose website,, tracks unadvertised airfare wars and fare sales, including the most helpful and always updated Top 50 Airfares.