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The New Cheap Flight Finder Service By The Low Cost Airline Guide

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Updated: Sep 18, 2012 09:47 AM EDT

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(TRAVPR.COM) EUROPE - September 17th, 2012 - Finding low cost flights in Europe and the UK has always been done by using the same rigid drop down menu method which means that visitors need to have several browser windows open at the same time to compare prices and flight routes. This can be rather confusing and annoying, especially if one of the web pages is loading slowly. This restrictive process has led to many travellers using comparison websites which can compare the same routes between multiple operators from one web page.

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The problem with this is that only one selected flight route option can be seen and compared at any one time, leaving you to carry out the task of working out which cities in a region you want to fly to. The Low Cost Airline Guide has created an easier and more fun way to do this by utilising a visually interactive and appealing flight route finding tool.

The new interactive route map by the Low Cost Airline Guide is designed for ease of use and high functionality by simultaneously displaying all low cost flight options from a specific departure point using an advanced mapping system. Just select your desired departure city and instantly see all the possible destinations reachable via low cost flights from your chosen airport. Using green thumbnails all possible destinations light up to clearly indicate the available flight routes and clicking on the green thumbnails clearly displays the operators that offer cut price flights to that city using a small and inconspicuous pop up.

One of the many features of this the interactive route finder is that if one wants to travel to a specific destination but cannot find a direct flight from their home town, they simply need to click on alternative airports in order of distance from their home, until they find a departure point that does offer flights to that airport. The low cost flight search tool works in most modern internet browsers including Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. For those visitors who prefer things the old way there is an option to use a conventional drop down menu theme instead.

The idea for a new and very different flight route map was born out of the need for a flight finder that is more enjoyable and visual in a tangible way. Where travel plans can be visually mapped with as little effort as possible and with the least amount of clicks. Located at, the new flight guide is set to change the way people compare cheap airline prices around UK and Europe for ever. Planning a holiday will be more fun and faster.


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