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No Frills launches interactive map – Europe’s No. 1 No Frills flights launches interactive map

Pat O’Shea, Managing Director of today was pleased to announce further developments on to allow users get the most from Europe’s top No Frills Airlines. A new Interactive map can be found at -just follow the links to “Routes Guide”

“We have constantly taken on board comments from our users; and one of the missing elements was a route map,” commented O’Shea who founded openjet in 2002.

The interactive route map allows users to see both direct routes and possible onward connections that are available when traveling to or from the 91 destinations featured. is the only website that connects 2 or more No Frills flights to make optimum routing and pricing possibilities for air-travellers within Europe. now features over 120 million low fares seats within Europe, making it 3 times as powerful as; and also serving a lot more of Europe’s main airports, making it very popular with its users looking to find cheap flights within Europe.

Openjet's two great merits are speed and choice. We are all used to logging on to different sites when we plan our holidays, business and weekend trips, but we often end up surfing for hours without so much as a beach hut or strip of sand in sight - before we make our final decision. Openjet can do it in 5 minutes. Openjet uniquely sell combinations (or interline) Europe’s low fares airlines, so over 50% of the fares quoted on are not available anywhere else.

Once you have the cheapest flight found and booked; Openjet can offer you a range of extras for your trip- such as hotel, holiday home and hostel accommodation, as well as car hire and travel insurance.

Openjet publishes a free subscription-only newsletter for anyone who wants to keep up with the latest promotions and deals; all subscribers also are in with a chance of winning ˆ2000 worth of free flights. And if you have a query while surfing the website, you can contact the company at or speak to an adviser on 00 353 21 4861 333.

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