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Thursday September 10, 2015  |  Archived News

What's the Delta? A Trip for Two!

photo of a couple holding hand in hand in sunset, a bird flying in the sky

Stanford Travelers and Travel Arrangers who book travel through Stanford Travel's Online Booking Tool in the month of September have a chance for a big change in their future. They will be entered in a drawing for two free tickets on Delta Airlines to any destination in the continental U.S. The lucky winner will also get $100 in Orbucks, which can be applied to a stay at participating hotels.

Congratulations to the winner of the August drawing: Kimberly Duarte of the Science and Engineering Resource Group. She won two free round-trip tickets to Hawaii on Delta. (See below for more information.)


Goal: Etihad webinar

Image of Etihad airways logo

Etihad Airways is conducting a half-hour webinar Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. for Stanford Travelers. Etihad offers service to the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas. Those who complete the webinar are eligible for a drawing for free tickets to an Earthquakes soccer game. Register for the webinar.

Aloha Hawaii

Photo of the winner - Kimberly Durante

"Booking on Stanford Travel was great and I'm very happy I did it," says Kimberly Durante. Kimberly, who is Metadata Librarian in the Science and Engineering Resource Group, won the drawing for two free tickets to Hawaii on Delta Airlines.

Club for a day

Photo of the club airport lounge

The Club Airport Lounge is offering Stanford staff a $5 discount on a day pass access fee (normally $35). Just visit their website, click "Purchase a Day Pass" and write STANFORD in the coupon code box when checking out.

September's Travel Tip

Photo of Pope Francis reaching his hand to the crowd

People already are making plans to see Pope Francis when he visits the United States for the first time later this month. For those traveling on business or pleasure Sept. 22-27, be advised that many roadways in and around Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia will be closed. If you need to get to or from the airport in those cities during the visit, be sure to allot extra time.


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