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  • Virgin Blue, the low-fare Australian carrier, has opened what is believed to be the first airport lounge operated by a low-fare airline. The Blue Room in Brisbane charges an A$5 entrance fee for walk-up travelers; annual memberships cost A$175 if purchased by June 30.
  • Amtrak has cut the price on its high-speed Acela Express service between New York and Boston. Non-peak departures now cost as little as $85 one-way; peak fares are capped at $99 one-way. The previous walk-up fare was $127. Amtrak didn't cut prices on Acela's New York-Washington trains
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  • The Aer Lingus "1,000 Welcomes" promotion last month broke through the normal silliness of spring and summer sales and now the airline has revived it at slightly higher fares, which are still incredible bargains. Nonrefundable weekday prices to Ireland are as low as $159 one-way for travel from New York, Baltimore/Washington or Boston until May 31; $189 in June; and a startlingly low $229 in July and August. Similarly low fares are available from Chicago and Los Angeles, too. Restrictions are minimal: No advance purchase, minimum stays or Saturday stays are required and the change fee before departure is just $50. Travelers also receive a "1,000 Welcomes" Passport that offers discounts at more than 400 hotels and B&Bs; car-rental firms; museums; restaurants and pubs; tourist attractions; and sports and entertainment venues. Tickets must be purchased at the Aer Lingus Web site by May 15. Prices are higher when purchased through travel agents or via Aer Lingus phone reservations (800-IRISH-AIR). This deal was found on
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First, let me take care of some housekeeping business, and then we’ll get to the good stuff and some really BIG NEWS! This newsletter usually publishes every week about this time without exception.  I have only missed one week in 3 years time. However, for those of you who use AOL, you most likely did not get our newsletter  because of AOL's new spam trap. They think we and everyone else who sends a lot of emails are spammers!  Obviously, we are not and we pride on the fact that we have a "clean site" (no casino pop-up ads, etc.) and no spam. For the record, we do not spam and we hate spam, too. We would appreciate it if any week that you do not get this newsletter, please contact us immediately at  We will start negotiating with your domain or ISP to make sure the blockage is not repeated.  Most email providers are making it more difficult for services like us to send you email.

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OK, are you ready for some BIG news? I have been secretly writing a book called “You Are Here Traveling with” with Eric Leebow (he's an internet guru from Cleveland, one of my favorite cities) and guess what? Yes, it's now available at, and our publisher's website  and bookstores, soon.  The best news is that the book has been getting some rave reviews and if you or anyone you know is in the media, please see if they can give the book a plug!  Johnny Jet, the author, needs more press!  Here are the early reviews: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes, "True to its subtitle, this "Ultimate Internet Travel Guide" has it all."  The Houston Chronicle says it's, "One of the best and newest publications".  The Midwest Book Review wrote, "If you are contemplating any kind of trip at home or abroad, whether for business or for pleasure, then get yourself a copy".  Mark Orwoll from Travel + Leisure Magazine said it's "An encyclopedic wealth of Websites that any traveler will find useful". The Cleveland Plain Dealer boasted it "Can direct you to more than 3,000 travel-related sites". Last but not least said, "It's so helpful, you'll be hesitant to loan your copy to others".   How big of a smile do I have?  Now, let's try and keep it rolling!  Help support, click here and get your copy today!  

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You’ll remember that we left SYD and were flying home across the Pacific. Landing at LAX, we didn't see any signs or people who feared   SARS, even at Customs.  We cruised passed the US Custom’s agent, or so we thought because Amber Airplane was asked to ,“Stop!”  Shocker. The coolest thing about arriving in California from Australia is the time change. Since we crossed back over the International Date Line, we gained and not lost a day.  We landed about eight hours before we EVEN took off from Sydney.  How freaky is that?  When we arrived home I went straight to work and sleepy head Frank went right to the couch.  When Frank woke up a few hours later he asked me what time it was. I said "1:30pm on Tuesday".   He said "it can't be, we left Australia at 4:00pm, on Tuesday".  I said "Australia?  What are you talking about?" For a split second I could see the Twilight Zone music playing in his head. Actually, our trip Down Under could have been a dream, that's how incredible it was.   

Frank hung out in L.A. for a few days, visited with some  friends and our cousins.  Frank made it back East for our niece and nephew's birthday party but I couldn't swing it, I had too much work to catch up on.  Bummer, I know.  However, my cousin Dennis came into town.  You know the one from Chicago, who I went to London with in November?  Remember he's a shop-a-holic, just like Amber Airplane and my sister Carol.  Since he was in town, one of my friends took us to Paul Frank's factory in Orange County.  If you haven't heard or seen any of Paul Frank's clothing and other cool stuff around, then ask any teenager or hip adult.  They will know.  Their office was so cool, the headquarters’ retail shop is awesome and we bought presents for Dennis' kids and Amber Airplane, too.  

I know Amber Airplane has too many clothes, but it was her birthday.  She really wanted a puppy, but since we travel so much, I gave her an  Afro Ken dog.  To celebrate we went to The Ivy on the Shore in Santa Monica.  It's Amber's favorite restaurant.  The place is awesome, but just like Amber Airplane... expensive (Just kidding Amber, you aren't expensive).  Then when we arrived home, our friends surprised her BIGTIME when they jumped out of the hallway with a birthday cake.  Oh yeah, we also went to some far away exotic place which I will write about next week. For clues read on.

Before leaving town I had one more birthday to celebrate.  This time my little cousin "G" who just turned one.  You have to love going to kids b-day parties, they always have the best food.  This one had a hot dog stand, a pretzel & churros stand, and a hand dipped ice cream cart.  How cool is that?  I don't know about you, but April is the one-month I go broke on buying birthday presents for people.  What's going on in the month of August, Spanish-fly season or something?

Here are clues where I took Amber for her birthday.  We both have never been on the airline or to the destination, which is popular for honeymooners.  It is very far from LAX and even farther from JFK.  The  colors, artistic designs, and name of the airline alone will make you want to go there, not to mention the brand new Airbus A-340-300 airplanes. Any ideas?

I can't wait any longer and must tell you now.  We went to Tahiti!  Yes, TAHITI! I know I am the luckiest guy in the world.  It all started a when I received a phone call from a friend of mine who is one of the best travel agents.  He was running an incredible special offer from and wanted me to get the word out.  They said "how would like to show Johnny Jet readers what Tahiti has too offer?"  I said, “Let me think about it” for a NANNO second.  Of course I'm going to go.   Naturally, I didn't tell Amber Airplane, because I wanted to surprise her.  I said, "How would you like to go to a tropical destination this week?  She just looked at me like... “I know you are lying, after all we just got back from Australia”.  Then I told her it's OK if you don't believe me, just have your bag packed with plenty of bathing suits.

I know she thought we were going to Florida, but when we arrived at LAX's International terminal her thoughts switched to the more probable; Mexico.  Then we walked down the concourse and I said Okay, “let's play the "pick a destination a game".  Praying she would pick Tahiti.  I said, “Take a look at these airlines and choose which one you want to walk up to and if you are correct we will go there”.  She said I know it's not Air Tahiti Nui, but that's where I would go!  My heart filled up with excitement, I put my head down and a frown on and said, "Don't we wish".  Then I pulled out a BIG smile and the tickets for  Air Tahiti Nui and, “DING, DING, DING, YOU ARE RIGHT”!

I thought she was going to say, "Do you realize we just flew over Tahiti last week? It would've made it a lot easier just to....” but she didn't.  She loves flying, just like me and an 8 hour, 4125 mile flight is no big deal, especially when you are on Air Tahiti Nui.  Air Tahiti Nui operates one of the youngest fleets of Airbus A340-300 aircraft in the world.  This plane was so cool that it's now one of our favorites.   We sat in economy on the way over, and had a nice comfortable bulkhead seat with plenty of legroom.  The plane was so smooth and quiet that I felt like I was dreaming.  Not to mention they have pretty flight attendants that keep changing their uniforms for each meal service.  The food, the service, and the free  in-flight entertainment were outstanding.  

When we  landed in Papeete it was dark.  We were greeted by a Tahitian band and a flower lei.  I really prefer to land at night when I go to some far off land, because it makes it that much more magical.  It's especially nice to wake up in the morning, open the curtains and have little idea what's lays waiting for us to discover.  Not to mention, it helps with getting over jet lag (at least for me).  Speaking of jet lag, you don't get any because Tahiti is only three hours behind PDT time (2 hours in PST). However, if we flew another hour or two West we would've lost a day, but that didn't happen. 

Because everything was so last minute, I didn't get a chance to read up on Tahiti or finish my Frommer’s guidebook.  Therefore, when I went to the airport ATM I didn't know what the exchange rate was. I freaked when I saw all my choices: 15,000 - 20,000 - 25,000 - 30,000 - 35,000 and of course I was pressed for time to catch our next flight.  For a second there I was like, “Holy cow”!  I don't have that much money in the bank!  Then I regained my traveling sense and figured choosing the middle amount would be safe.  It was!  FYI: 25,000 CFP converted to USD equals US$230.00.
We took a 3-minute van ride to the other side of the airport where the really small inter-island flights take off.  Their is no security or metal detectors on interisland flights which makes travel a pleasure.  Sitting under the little hut waiting for our flight to Moorea and listening to the crickets really was something special.  I finally felt something I have never felt before: The feeling of being in the South Pacific, back in time.  You have to understand, I have always dreamt of coming here and just the word South Pacific alone makes me melt.   
Our flight to Moorea was amazing.  We heard the five-minute, twelve-mile flight or jaunt is the second shortest in the world (the shortest, I think is within Scotland).  We were on a Dornier 228 which seats 19 passengers.  There were 12 of us on the plane, half were American, and the other half French and we all shared one thing in common: FEAR.  Small planes make most people queasy, but I have to tell you this flight turned out to be wonderful.  It might have been the coolest I have ever taken.  It's hard to explain, it’s something you need to experience for yourself.  All I can tell you is that is was surreal, just like our trip.   

I'm looking forward to next week so I can show you around the Tahitian islands, and don't forget to get your copy the best new travel  book, You Are Here Traveling with!  Safe travels.


Johnny Jet

  • You and Amber and the family are looking good.  Scott - Washington D.C.
  • The Sydney Morning Herald Travel section, on Saturday 26th April. The columnist said it was an excellent reference site, even though (naturally) it is centred on USA travel, there is useful info for Australian travellers.  Looking forward to organising a trip soon!-Margie
  • Your Oz pics were great!  Where are you off to now JohnnyJet?  Oh yeah, how cool is this!!! I saw your hat on MTV, the show Punk'd with Ashton Kutcher. This guy who was acting like white trash and parked his trailer in this rockstar's driveway...He had your hat on! Melissa -  Washington D.C.
  • Hi Johnny!  I wanted to write & thank you for the recommendation for Doyle's on Watson's Bay in Sydney. My sons (15 & 17 yrs.) & I just returned from a two-week trip to Australia over Easter, and I was following your travels Down Under before we left to get some ideas.  We had the fortunate experience to stay at the Park Hyatt Sydney down on the Rocks, using a 50% US Airways coupon, so it was decently affordable. The concierge arranged a water taxi to Watson's Bay, which ran about $75 AUD for three (including tip), and we pulled up right in front. Our table was right on the water's edge, and the view was identical to the photo you posted, only 100 times more magnificent in person. Also, the top of the Harbor Bridge was visible over the adjacent awesome! (We did the Bridgeclimb as well).  We arrived in Melbourne, and after a night at the Meridien de Rialto, we rented a station wagon & drove the Great Ocean Road, stopping for the night in Lorne & again in Port Fairy. We then drove in to Adelaide for two nights, followed by a jaunt up to Ayers Rock for Easter.  In Ayers, we stayed at Sails in the Desert, and the Sounds of Silence Dinner out in the desert was incredible! One thing that made it so amazing is the star talk by an astronomer after dinner, as you take in the Aussie night sky while having drinks & dessert. Not bad....   Again, thanks SO much for the scoop on Doyle's at Watson's Bay.. our water taxi driver said it was a favorite spot of the locals, and the food & service were outstanding.  I greatly enjoy your newsletter, as my boys & I travel extensively on trips I put together...we go off the beaten path quite a bit. Two years ago, we did Greece & Turkey, and can recommend some good places we discovered.  I am planning a trip to Morocco over Thanksgiving, flying into Casablanca and taking the train to Marrakech (they love the Crosby Stills & Nash song.. so I thought, "Why Not?")  
  • Can you or any of your readers offer advice on Morocco, especially train service & hotels?  Keep up the great work, and have a great Summer!  Jeff C  Statesville, NC

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  • Sunday: May 4 is the day transit fares in New York City rise to $2 a ride. It also marks the end of the token as legal transit tender. The token now goes the way of the Italian pay-phone gettone and the paper airline ticket. Joe Brancatelli
  • Under previous CEO Don Carty, American Airlines employees could dial (800) AA-CARTY to hear recorded, updated messages from their boss. But those expecting to dial a similar number for messages from new CEO Gerard Arpey are in for a big surprise: (800) AA-ARPEY leads callers to a sex hotline. " USA Today
  • United last week introduced interline electronic ticketing capability with Alaska Airlines. United already offers a similar capability with American, Air Canada, delta, Continental, Northwest and US Airways.  Sky Guide
  • American Airlines passengers with tickets to Toronto, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand can change their travel plans with no charge through May 18. The policy applies to tickets purchased any time through April 19 for travel through May 18.
  • United Airlines has waived change fees for customers traveling to, from or through Toronto. That policy applies to tickets issued on or before April 25 for travel on or before May 31. Rescheduled travel on both airlines must be completed by Dec. 31.
  • Airport chaplains have new parishioners — airline employees
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  • Wired: Starting today, guests at 180 of 363 Marriott and Renaissance hotels nationwide will be able to access high-speed Internet, unlimited long-distance and local phone calls for $9.95 a day. The program includes New York, Dallas, Boston, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
  • $10 charge: Continental Airlines has begun charging a $10 fee for transactions at its city ticket offices. The fee will be charged when customers buy tickets or change reservations for existing tickets where change fees are not assessed. Continental also has closed six city ticket offices in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix and Lisle, Ill.
  • French authorities have arrested nearly 30 baggage handlers employed at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris after a year-long probe into organized thefts from passengers' luggage.  Officers recovered a huge haul of cameras, video cameras, CD players, jewelry, luxury watches worth $6,000-$8,000, and a large quantity of cash in a range of currencies.  Investigations continue to determine whether the suspects were stealing for themselves or were part of a broader crime network.  Clark Howard
  • The six-month hurricane season for the Atlantic region officially begins June 1.  Colorado State University hurricane forecaster William Gray has predicted 12 named storms, eight of which will become hurricanes with three capable of carrying wind speeds of 111 mph or more.  Last season's storm activity of only four hurricanes was below average.  Gray said he does not think we will be that lucky this year. Clark Howard
  • Eleven NYC-LaGuardia Airport workers allegedly stole more than 400,000 mini-bottles of booze, worth about $1.5 million, from an airport storage facility over the last year and resold them to neighborhood stores. Cases of Dewar's Scotch, Courvoisier cognac and Bacardi rum - a case holds 190 bottles worth about $760 - and resold them to local stores for about $240 each. The stores then sold the mini-bottles for about $1.25 apiece. On flights, they sell for $4 each.  The men were arrested this week after surveillance by agents in |Operation Swig Swag." From Clark Howard
  • The Bush administration has resumed limited public tours of the White House this week.  The White House renewed its practice of scheduling tours only for school, youth, military and veterans' groups.  All such tours were shut down before the start of the recent war with Iraq. From Clark Howard
  • Beginning next Monday, it will be illegal to smoke in most of Boston's bars, nightclubs and restaurants.  Workplaces will ban smoking entirely.  Smoking will be permitted outdoors and in businesses that generate more than 60 percent of their sales from tobacco. From Clark Howard
  • Seven months after a fatal crash, the AirTrain at New York's Kennedy Airport has resumed testing. When it finally opens to the public, AirTrain will connect the airport's terminals, the car-rental area and the last stop on one of New York's subway lines.
History of flight quiz From USA Today

1. How can two states — North Carolina and Ohio — claim to be the birthplace of flight? On license plates, coins and elsewhere, North Carolina boasts that it's "first in flight," and Ohio claims to be the "birthplace of aviation." Wilbur and Orville Wright tested the first powered manned airplane at Kitty Hawk, N.C. But they were from Dayton, Ohio, and did much of their flight research there.

2. Who were the founding members of the Mile High Club? The first couple to couple in the air was probably flying ace Lawrence Sperry and a married New York socialite. The two apparently accomplished the feat in 1916 over Babylon, N.Y., aided by Sperry's invention: the automatic pilot. When the plane plunged into the waters of Great South Bay and rescuers discovered the pair naked as jaybirds, Sperry gallantly said that the crash "divested" them of their garb.

3. How did Lindbergh go to the bathroom on his cross-Atlantic flight and what did he eat? In lieu of a loo on his 33 1/2 -hour New York-Paris flight he used paper cups. And his entire provisions were five sandwiches and two canteens of water.

4. When was the first meal served on a commercial flight? Some claim — no one's admitting to it — that KLM was the first to serve pre-packed meals on flights between London and Paris, starting on Oct. 11, 1919.

5. Were Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright or Charles Lindbergh ever confronted with airline food? Wilbur Wright died in 1912, prior to the development of commercial air travel. But Orville Wright, who lived until 1948, and Charles Lindbergh, who lived until 1974, both likely flew commercial airlines offering food service.

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