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WhichAirline.com launches an innovative flight search

November 30th, 2012

Brace yourself for a new search experience thanks to a brand new flight search engine. WhichAirline.com has completely revamped its interface and launched a tool every traveller should check out.

There are two features that make WhichAirline.com special. One of them is its quality search and the second one is visualized search results. The quality search concept screens out poor results by applying a price to flight duration ratio when assessing each flight offer. Forget cheap but inconvenient flights on one hand and overpriced direct flight on the other hand.

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Brussels airlines baggage allowance 2012. An update

August 2nd, 2012

Read the essential info about the baggage policy of Brussels Airlines and stay up to date.We start off with rule for cabin baggage.

Brussels Airlines – hand luggage

The amount of kilogrammes one can carry onto the aircraft varies depending on the type of flight. For short-haul flights it is one item weighing up to 6kg whereas for long-haul flights (including flights to Tel Aviv Airport) the allowance is 12 kg.

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How to find cheap accommodation?

July 9th, 2012

Let us say you have got hold of affordable air tickets to your dream destination. Now you have to make sure the rest of the travel expenses does not render the effort of finding your cheap airfare futile. In other words – we are trying to find a cheap accommodation.

What it takes in order to succeed is the access to internet and a dose of patience. First on our list is the enormously popular booking.com. At the time of writing this huge service offers some 221,160 hotels of varying standards thus catering for all sorts of travellers.

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The Tripomatic Easter Egg Hunt

April 5th, 2012

Those of you who love travelling and winning prizes are in for a treat! Read more and find out how to win a $100 Amazon gift card by doing something as pleasant as planning a trip!

The wicket Easter bunny nicked all the 12 Easter eggs from the Tripomatic team and, worse still, hid them all around the world. The guys from Tripomatic need a volunteer who will find them all on the world map. Sounds exciting? Read on!

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Funny, Other, Useful websites

75 US cities now available in the trip planner Tripomatic

January 25th, 2012

Have you already tried out the new trip planner Tripomatic? If no, then it is about time because it is the best trip planning tool out there and moreover, it is completely free.

Now you have yet another good reason to enhance your travelling experience by means of Tripomatic – its repertoire of destinations has been widened by the 75 most popular US cities. Read more…

News by Continent, North America, Other, Tips and hints

Air New Zealand baggage allowance

September 15th, 2011

Hi travellers. In today’s article of our series looking into the luggage policy of low-cost airlines as well as traditional carriers, we will find out about an airline associated with relaxed attitude, funny adverts and a nice Maori motif emblazoned on its planes. Yes, today we are dealing with the baggage allowance of Air New Zealand.

Bear in mind that the allowances below apply only to Air New Zealand flights, so make sure which airline operates the particular segments of your travel.

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Lauda Air: Father’s Day airfare deal

June 8th, 2011

Hi guys. As we are coming up to Father’s Day, airfare deals and sales launched on this occasion, or rather under this pretext, are popping up. Even if you do not buy this whole theme sale-thing, some of them may be an opportunity to save money by buying discounted tickets if you are going to fly anyway.

What about you book tickets for two and the second person pays only 50%? That not bad. This is the current sale from the Austrian Lauda Air. The only condition is that you book you flight on June 12, 2011.

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Baggage allowance: Aer Lingus

June 2nd, 2011

Why not read an updated version of this post? Aer Lingus baggage allowance 2012. An update

In our series bringing you the baggage policy of both traditional carriers and low-cost carriers, we will look into the baggage allowances and restrictions as defined by a certain Irish low-cost airline. No, the post will not be devoted to Ryanair, but to one of its competitors – Aer Lingus.

Carry-on baggage

The weight allowance varies depending on the route. In every case, one is allowed to carry on to the aircraft one piece of hand-baggage.

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100 invitations to our new website

May 17th, 2011

We have just launched a private beta of our new start-up project that allows people to plan their trips and create personalized guides. It is focused on travellers and we are looking for those of you who would like to try it out and provide some feedback. The number of invitations is limited to one hundred so write now to info@twobits.cz to secure yours!

 

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Black list: airlines banned from operating in EU

May 9th, 2011

In April, the The European Commission has adopted the 17th update of its list of carriers banned from carrying out flights to the member states of the Community as well as airlines which can operate in Europe under specific conditions.

The latest version of the list includes 269 airlines from 21 countries such as Afghanistan, Republic of Congo, Kazakhstan or Philippines, whereas examples of the banned airlines are: Safi Airlines (Afghanistan), Aero Service (Republic of Congo) or Cebu Pacific (Republic of the Philippines).

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Cebu Pacific, Europe, News by Continent, Other