Published on Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Name-your-price flight finder launched



 

Directflights.com has launched a name-your-price flight finder to cut out the daily task of checking fares.
 
The flight comparison site says the new innovation will mean agents and budget-conscious fare hunters now no longer need to log on each day to see if the flights they want have dropped in price as the product will do all the leg work.
 
Bargain seekers just need to log the flights they are after and name their price.
 
When any flights meeting the criteria match the fare stated, Directflights.com will email the customer.
 
The site lists 500 airlines and thousands of routes. Users can monitor as many flights and destinations as they wish.
 
by Dinah Hatch
 
 


 



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