Posted by: andreeabilete | October 21, 2009

USA to Europe Consolidator Airfares

No 1  Michigan`s consolidator europe airfares and discounted fares from most of US cities to countries in Western & Eastern Europe, among them: Romania (Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj, Constanta, Sibiu), Ukraine (Kiev), Bulgaria (Sofia), Hungary (Budapest), Czech Republic (Prague), Poland (Warsaw), Russia (Moscow), Moldova (Chisinau).

  Romanian            Bilete de avion catre America de nord si Europa  

                               Consolidator Europe Airfares from USA

 Andreea Matei` s specializes in consolidator and low cost airfares from USA to Romania and Romania to USA , Vacation Package Deals !!!

  • – Air New Zealand. Major hub airports: Auckland,Sydney, Los Angeles.
  • – Alitalia. Alitalia serves US through gateways in New York, Miami, Boston, Chicago.
  • – Austrian Airlines. Offers nonstop flights to Vienna from New York (JFK) and Washington (Dulles).
  • – British Midland. Offers sevices to Chicago and Washington via London.
  • – Iberian Airlines. Offers sevices to Dallas, Miami and New York via Madrid.
  • – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. The route network operated by KLM and partner airlines connects 145 cities in 67 countries on 6 continents.
  • -Lufthansa. One of the ten largest airlines in the world, LH is Germany’s national airline.
  • – Northwest. Northwest Airlines and its travel partners serve more than 750 cities in 120 countries on six continents.
  • – SAS Scandinavian Airlines. Founded as a consortium of the international airlines of Denmark, Norway and Sweden
  • – Swiss +. Swiss International Air Lines Ltd.” Offers sevices Zurich to Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Washington.
  • -United Airlines. The worldwide United alliances allow you to fly just about anywhere. The entire fleet of 611 aircraft are now equipped with the new cockpit security bars.
  • – Virgin Atlantic Airways. Offers sevices London to Boston, San Francisco, Las vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando and Washington.
  • – US Airways.US Airways, the US Airways Express carriers and US Airways Shuttle provide service to 205 destinations worldwide: Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, Cancun, Cozumel, Freeport, Grand Cayman, Montego Bay, Nassau, San Juan, Santo Domingo, St. Lucia, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, and St. Croix. In Canada, US Airways serves Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. US Airways European destinations are Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Paris and Rome.
  • Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines, American Airlines, Continental, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, British Airways, Iberia, Czech Airlines, Emirates, Olympic Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, Swiss Air, Lot, Malev, Austrian, Aeroflot, Alitalia, Tarom, Carpatair, Romavia

Most of this airlines co-operates with other carriers around the world to ensure there is a quality service available wherever you fly.

Best prices in airfares

Best prices in airfares

Hi and welcome to my Blog! If you have questions about anything in the posts, feel free to email me for more info by clicking here. Stay tuned for updates!


  1. TSA’s Secure Flight Program Enters Next Public Phase

    Passengers to provide date of birth and gender when booking airline travel

    Contact: TSA Public Affairs
    (571) 227-2829

    WASHINGTON – The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that beginning August 15 U.S. airlines participating in the Secure Flight passenger vetting program may begin asking passengers to enter their date of birth and gender when making airline reservations. TSA has already begun to phase the airlines into the Secure Flight program and will complete domestic implementation by early 2010. If a passenger is not prompted to provide this additional information by a particular airline, they should not be concerned as it will not impact their travel. Since Secure Flight is a behind the scenes watch list matching process that happens before passengers arrive at the airport, current security checkpoint procedures remain the same.

    This is the second publicly noticeable step in implementing the Secure Flight program which shifts pre-departure watch list matching responsibilities from individual airlines to TSA. The first public phase began on May 15 when airlines began asking passengers to provide their name – as it appears on the government issued identification they will be traveling with – when making airline reservations.

    “Secure Flight is a key tool in confirming that someone identified as a ‘No Fly’ does not receive a boarding pass,” said TSA Acting Administrator Gale Rossides. “Secure Flight will make travel safer and easier for passengers.”

    Once Secure Flight’s advanced technology is fully implemented for domestic flights in early 2010, enhanced watch list matching will be done by TSA. Airlines or travel agencies acting on their behalf will gather a passenger’s name, date of birth and gender when making an airline reservation to determine if the passenger is a match to the No Fly or Selectee lists. By providing the additional data elements of gender and date of birth, Secure Flight will more effectively help prevent misidentification of passengers who have similar names to individuals on a watch list and better identify individuals that may pose a threat to aviation. Individuals requesting access to secure areas in U.S. airports to assist a passenger to the gate will also be asked to provide their full name, date of birth and gender when requesting a gate pass from the airline ticket agent.

    The Secure Flight program satisfies a key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission, congressional requirements from the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004, and the 9/11 Commission Act signed into law in 2007.

    TSA’s goal is to vet 100 percent of passengers on all domestic commercial flights by early 2010 and 100 percent of passengers on all international commercial flights into, out of, or over the U.S. by the end of 2010.

    WHY Secure Flight
    TSA must ensure known or suspected terrorists are unable to obtain a boarding pass. To mitigate this risk, TSA is implementing its Secure Flight program – a behind-the-scenes watch list matching process that vets passengers against government watch lists before a boarding pass is ever issued. For more information about Secure Flight please visit

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: