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Openjet.Com Name Goes Global


Openjet.Com Name Goes Global

The distance some people will travel to secure the cheapest flights on Europe's top Low cost airlines has been revealed Openjet.com, the website with the highest number of low fares in Europe today, and with world-wide results.

Openjet has been tracking which countries they've been receiving bookings from, showing that Openjet's global popularity has reached Hong Kong, United States, Brazil, India, Poland, Argentina and even New Zealand.

Openjet's Managing Director, Pat O'Shea said: "We were staggered but delighted to see just how far Openjet's name has traveled. It proves that no matter what language you speak or currency traded that everyone can spot a good deal when then see one!

"Although we have no plans to start selling flights between Australia and Qatar, it's still good to know that our innovative approach to low prices hit the right international note!"

Top 20 furthest and unusual destinations on-line bookings which have been received by Openjet.

1. Hong Kong 2. United States 3. Brazil 4. India 5. Thailand 6. New Zealand 7. Mexico 8. Iceland 9. South Africa 10. Japan 11. Argentina 12. Singapore 13. Ecuador 14. Qatar 15. South Korea 16. Saudi Arabia 17. Canada 18. Poland 19. Sri Lanka 20. Taiwan

So if you are looking for cheap flights within Europe and you are tired of searching multiple sites for the best deals? Or frustrated with figuring out connections between different airlines? Log on to Openjet.com - where fare searching is made simple.

Designed for ultimate ease of use, openjet.com lets you compare, combine and book low-cost tickets with the low-cost airlines. openjet.com does the work for you.

Openjet only searches High Quality European Low Fare Airline sites for you, giving you the most competitive point to point routes - no long bus journeys from green field airports miles from the city centre! One search on openjet.com will query the following airlines; Easyjet, MytravelLite, BMIbaby, Volareweb, Basiq Air, HLX and Germanwings. It's the only website in Europe that connect 2 or more low fares flights from Europe's budget carriers.

>From a total of European 91 different destinations, simply select your starting point, destination and preferred dates to see all your options in seconds.

ENDS

Notes for Editors Openjet Ltd. is a Cork-based company set up in 2002 by Pat O'Shea and Eamon Curtin. The company has been funded by private investment from Northern Ireland company, Nova RentaCar Reservations Ltd, Portaferry, Co. Down and Republic of Ireland company, Slatterys Travel, Tralee, Co. Kerry as well as an equity grant from Cork City Enterprise Board. The website was designed by Cork company Rocket Media, www.rocketmedia.ie . The technology was developed by OpenJaw Technologies Ltd., Dublin, www.openjawtech.com.

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