Airtran Southwest Airlines Blog Topic Ideas
If you are looking to write about Airtran Southwest Airlines, these resources will help you make an informed decision about the topic which you are considering writing about.
Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Airtran Southwest Airlines and search terms related to Airtran Southwest Airlines are searched via blog search 947 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 140 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Airtran Southwest Airlines, should earn roughly $30 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $26 is spent advertising against Airtran Southwest Airlines blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
If these numbers are unexpectedly high, or low, consider revising the phrase you searched for. Drop unnescary prefixes or suffixes to the term, such as "how to" or "who is". If the Questions and Answers aren't focused around your topic try a shorter topic or a more focused phrase. Also consider the alternate search terms found on the right of this page.
Common Questions and Answers:
When you are writing a blog or news article about Airtran Southwest Airlines, consider including answers to some of these common questions, or providing background information about the topic based on the types of questions given here.
What Is The Best Low Cost Airline Out Of Nyc?From Air Travel Forum:
What is the best low cost airline out of NYC? Gotta get to an important meeting and don't have a lot of money.
Answer: Jet Blue is better than Air Tran. Southwest Airlines doesn't fly from NYC (They fly out of Is lip, Long Island). However... the "low-fare" airlines aren't always the cheapest. Jet Blue is almost always more expensive for me than US Airways or American. Southwest is also usually more expensive. Or if it is cheaper, it's only like $10 or 20 cheaper and I'd have to fly out of an airport an hour away, and it would cost me more than that to get to that airport so it's not worth it. Basically it pays to shop around.
To Saint Louis Missouri Flights Help, From Ontario?From Air Travel Forum:
to saint Louis Missouri flights help, from ontario? can you guys help me find a good price flight to saint Louis round trip from Ontario airport on Nov. 24 and back on on the Th... I'm not so good at shopping for on line tickets .. thanks
Answer: If you refer to Ontario, CA (ONT), you have a direct flight with Southwest Airlines. You may also consider flying from Laos Angel es, CA (LAX) , as you have 3 flights from Laos Angel es, CA (LAX) to Saint Louis, MO (STL) with Air Tran, Southwest Airlines, LAN.
Travelling Around America - Help Needed Please?From Other - United States Forum:
Travelling around America - Help needed please? Hi all. I am hoping someone will be be able to help me. I am planning a trip to America next year with a friend. We were looking at a round the world flight ticket but this has worked out expensive as we only want to visit America. I have no idea where to look for internal flights in America. We are wanting to spend 3 days in New york then get a bus/drive to Washington DC for 1 day, then fly to Miami for 7 days. Then get another flight to San Antonio in Texas for 3 days, La's Vegas for 2 days, followed by our final flight into LA for 7 days. The questions I am asking are as follows; 1) Do I need to return to New york in order to get back to the UK? 2) Any ideas/suggestions as to a web-site to look for internal flights? 3) Would it be poss able to do some of the connections via train instead of plane? 4) Can you get a kind of open ticket that you can use for several trips via plane? If so, any details? 5) What kind of Accommodation would be the cheapest without spending too much on it. After all, its Just a place to sleep! I thank you all in advance for your replies.
Answer: 1) Do I need to return to New york in order to get back to the UK? >>>> No. Airlines offer an "open jaw" ticket, but you have to ask for one. For example, fly TO New York and fly home FROM Laos Angel es. There are many non-stop flights between both cities and the UK. 2) Any ideas/suggestions as to a web-site to look for internal flights? >>>> Air Tran, Southwest Airlines, and Jet Blue are some domestic "budget" airlines, but their fares are not always better than the major airlines. Ex. http://www.delta.com/ 3) Would it be possible to do some of the connections via train instead of plane? >>>> Yes. The national rail service is Amtrak and they offer passes for international visitors: http://www.amtrak.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Amtrak/Page/Collection_Page&c=Page&cid=1081442674004&ssid=65 http://www.amtrak.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=Amtrak/am2Copy/Title_Image_Copy_Page&c=am2Copy&cid=1093554056423&ssid=566 Note that taking the train from NY to DC will probably be the most convenient option. DC to Miami also has good service. You are probably better off flying between Miami, San Antonio, La's Vegas and Laos Angel es. You CAN travel between the cities by train, but the routes are convoluted and very time-consuming. If you don't mind wandering about then check the route map for Amtrak. Do realize the distances are huge. DC to Miami is 24+ hours on a direct train. if you were to travel from New Orleans to Laos Angel es the trip is 48 hours on a direct train. The nationwide bus service is greyhound, but it is > not < a good option for long distance travel: WNW.greyhound.com 4) Can you get a kind of open ticket that you can use for several trips via plane? If so, any details? >>>> All of the airline alliances offer America passes and you should check with your international airline > before < buying the trans-Atlantic tickets. Ex. http://www.skyteam.com/about/products/america.html 5) What kind of Accommodation would be the cheapest without spending too much on it. After all, its Just a place to sleep! >>>> Another answer mentions: WNW.couchsurfing.com Also consider joining SERVAS: WNW.servas.org Hostels are not as common or usually as good in Europe, but they are around. An example is: http://www.indiahousehostel.com/ Check travel guides for backpackers. They usually offer good advice even if you don't plan to backpack. Hope you have a great trip!
Answers are provided by students, volunteers, and random strangers. We have roughly checked them for grammar, and punctuation, not for accuracy, do not make any life threatening, or financial decisions based on this information. The questions are generated by people using search, so the most common questions are likely to appear for a term.