Spotlight on Excellence
Each month we turn the spotlight on one organization the we have personally worked with, experienced, enjoyed, and smiled at, and we share that with you. This month we look at Air France.
When we lived in Europe, Air France (www.airfrance/us) was a favorite of ours. They provide great service and rate high in the Skytrax World Airline Awards. Air France serves 36 destinations in France and operates worldwide scheduled passenger and cargo services to 168 destinations in 93 countries.
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In olden times (pre-Internet), if you wanted to book a flight, a cruise, a safari, etc., you’d go to a travel agent. The ticket price charged by the agent would be the same as if you’d purchased directly from the source. The agent was paid a commission from the airline, cruise company, or safari.
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Why do we (and other organizations) do this? In a small part because it helps pay for the cost of maintaining this blog. But mostly because we have used most of the products and services we are affiliated with, and we think you’d enjoy them, too. By clicking on our affiliate links, you are helping us spread the word.
Basically, we tell you of our experiences and provide links to the products and services mentioned. You don’t have to click on the link if you don’t want to.
But if you did, it would make us happy. 🙂
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in no particular order
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