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MAXjet’s $998 Round Trip Offer to London in Business Class

Assuming they don’t cancel the flight you’re on, MAXjet’s $998 round trip offer between either New York or Las Vegas and London is a great deal — the Vegas offer is an amazing price.  Book by March 5, fly by September 15th.  Seeing as summer fares in coach to London can hit $800 round trip, you may want to hop on this.  And pray your flight isn’t cancelled.

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  1. Apparently sir you must be an EX-MAXjet employee who has a personal animosity towards the company. On the other hand, you sound like are someone who has a lot of time on his hand and needs a job. Regardless of the reason, I was always taught if you have nothing good to say, don’t say anything! Your hypocritical statements are childish and TOTALLY inaccurate. For your information, the flights have been departing on time accounting to the DOT. I know, it’s my job. Why are you not criticizing JetBlue? Do you read the newspapers? Or listen to the news? It not a joke. Did you ever think that your brainless remakes could jeopardize jobs and ultimately hinder family life styles? Sir, Get a Life!

  2. still a great deal

    $499 each way is a great fare. You basically get Business Class to Las Vegas for the price of Economy.

    Since MAXjet revised its schedule they have had 100% flight completion, better than both Eos and Silverjet.

  3. I would LOVE to know who “a tried reader” (sic). My brainless remakes? Awesome!

    Doug, that you? Please tell me it’s not you. I’d love to know that there is actually someone out there who thinks I haven’t criticized JetBlue…

    And as noted, $499 each way is a great deal, and I suggest people jump on it.

  4. Jared, I am not someone who you don’t know nor will I tell you who I am. The errors I made in comments today were in frustration of your remarks and inability to state the facts without personal feeling. I am NOT criticizing your statement about the great fares nor am I defending MAXjet past performance. It’s the little innuendos that irate me. For example, “And pray your flight isn’t cancelled”. Was that necessary? That’s yesterday’s news. Get over it! People in general are frightened to fly; your remarks only make their fear greater. Stick to the facts man and minimize your opinion.

    Question, what do your hatred with MAXjet anyway? Have you flown them that you disparage them?

    You are a smart man according to your bio, use your brain that you think with and not the one you sit on………

  5. Why would someone read a blog who isn’t looking for opinion? Facts are for news stations. Opinions are for blogs and Foxnews.

  6. I’ll agree with Dan on this…

    1) I don’t hate MAXjet. I wouldn’t post their deals if I thought they were horrible. I’ve spoken publicly praising their strategy. However, they’ve made a number of blunders that call their operation into question. I stand by my earlier post that their non-filing of required financial data is a story and does not reflect well on them.

    2) This is a blog. A blog has opinion. Read Associated Press feeds if you want facts without opinion. I offer facts and opinion. And sometimes just opinion. And sometimes just facts. Who knows what yer gonna get?

    3) Thanks for reading!

  7. Guys, perhaps you are right. My purpose was not to sound argumentative nor mean any disrespect. It is a Blog and you are initialed to your opinion. I want to apologize if I can on too strong or abrasive. I know many airline people who in years past lost their jobs because of bad publicity. I’ll be more understanding in the future.

  8. not me (but i loves it)

  9. I’m glad we’ve all made up.

    On a plus note, I’ll be flying JetBlue next week to Boston.

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