Midwest & Frontier Spring Sale

The latest sales from Frontier and Midwest Airlines are valid for domestic travel on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday through June 9. Fares require a 10-day advance purchase, and must be booked by 11:59pm ET, February 24.

Some fares may require a 3-night minimum stay. Avoid blackout dates on March 26, 27, 28, April 2, 3, May 27, 28, and May 31.

Fares include:

New Southwest Service: Denver-California Sale

Starting March 14, Southwest will begin new service between Denver and Ontario, CA. Discounted fares are available for travel between Denver and Ontario, as well as Southwest's other Californian destinations. Sale is valid for travel every day of the week except Fridays and Sundays, through May 26. Fares require a 14-day advance purchase, and all bookings must be made by 11:59pm, March 7. Stay clear of blackout dates April 1 through April 5.

Fares include:

New Service to/from Chicago on American Eagle

American Eagle is expanding service between Chicago O'Hare and seven new cities, including Charleston WV, Dayton, Fargo, Sioux Falls, Lexington, Harrisburg, and Rapid City. These new routes are available at special introductory fares for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday travel from April 6 through June 9. Fares require a two-night minimum stay, with a maximum stay of 30-days.

All fares must be booked by 11:59pm CT, February 22.

Asiana Airlines' Spring Sale

Asiana Airlines is having a spring sale, with fares starting at $660 round-trip, before taxes. Travel dates varies by route, though most fares are valid for departures through April 30, or May 4. While not the lowest available for every market, you'll find their best fares from Seattle.

Fares are based on weekday departures. Weekend departures will incur an $80 surcharge.

China Airlines Sale: Los Angeles to Southeast Asia

Save on travel from Los Angeles to select cities in Asia this April, thanks to the current sale from China Airlines. Fares start at $825 round-trip before taxes, for weekday travel from April 4 through April 30. Stopovers are permitted.

Fares must be purchased by March 5, and include:

Allegiant Air Now Serves Both Orlando Airports

Budget carrier Allegiant Air is shaking things up in Orlando, where earlier this month they relocated 10 of their 31 nonstop scheduled flights from Orlando-Sanford International Airport to the more centrally located Orlando International Airport. It's a surprising move from a carrier such as Allegiant, operating on the 'low cost' model of serving smaller out-of-the-way airports, which, of course, keeps fares down. So why the move? Competition! Allegiant is up against AirTran, who offers service between Orlando and many of the same small second-tier markets.

Allegiant will continue with the bulk of their service (21 cities, operating from Orlando-Sanford.

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.

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