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Cheapflights.com is a global flight search and travel deals website. They use innovative technology to make finding the best value flight, hotel and car rental prices quick and easy. They are my first stop in most instances – you can put in date ranges and check for deals, including off-line deals only available by phone. You can search their site from my sidebar or use the link here to go to their site.
Kiwi.com is a company that changes the travel industry! They are able to create millions of flight combinations with an extensive database of low-cost flights and traditional airlines. Not enough to convince you? Well, unlike most aggregators they have actual customer support, in case things go wrong on the road. I’m excited enough by Kiwi.com that I’ve put a sidebar search to the right so you can search right here!
Vayama: International Travel Solved is a new (and fun) way to search and book international flights. Their interactive (and cool) map tool is a great way to access a wider selection of airlines, routes and fares, many never previously available online.
Etihad. As one of the major routes east from Scotland (where I live), I appreciate the convenience of flying east via the Middle East with only one stop. Not to mention the effect on prices compared to flying from other hubs, and the variety of stopover options. Abu Dhabi is the most accessible city in the region with ever-increasing accommodation choices, and I’m thrilled to be affiliated with Etihad. Click below to visit their website and get exploring!
Emirates currently operates services to over 100 destinations in 66 countries around the world and the network is expanding constantly. As above, the convenience (and competitive service level and prices) is a huge bonus. Their one-stop routes to Australia take some of the pain out of the long flights! They have some brilliant stopover packages for Dubai and a strong network to Asia and Africa.
flydubai – Got your flight to the Middle East? Looking for cheap onward travel? From its hub in Dubai, flydubai strives to remove barriers to travel and enhance connectivity between different cultures across its ever-expanding network. Since launching its operations in 2009, flydubai has created a network of more than 90 destinations across 46 countries and operates on average more than 1,400 flights a week.
Air France is the leading European airline for international passenger transport. Thanks to its expansive network covering over 200 destinations worldwide and very competitive fares, Air France is also very strong on long haul flights from UK and Ireland. Air France is also strong from the regions, offering the possibility to book from 10 UK departure airports. Their codeshare programme with KLM also opens up amazing routes to the Americas and further afield.
Airfarewatchdog has experts that assess and collect the best airfare deals for all airlines, including airlines that sell their fares only on their websites (US based).
CheapAir.com has helped over three million people buy plane tickets. They are an aggregator who looks for the best deals.
Vueling EN is a dynamic and innovative airline based in Spain. They fly to over 100 destinations covering the main cities in Spain, Europe, North Africa and the Near East.
Sky-Tours is a travel search engine that combines flight, accommodation and car hire options. They do multi-city search so look no further if you want to visit more than one destination.
Trip.com provides one-stop travel booking services in 13 languages. With more than 1.2 million hotels in 200 countries and regions, and 2 million individual flight routes connecting more than 5,000 cities around the globe. They are very strong on Chinese routes and I would consider using them next time I go to China!