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Tips to booking cheaper flights
Oct 16, 2014, 22 comments
Although there's no real shortcut to finding cheap airfare, we have some special tips that might at least save you some money at your next flight. Check them out and if you have others let us know in the comments!
Don't buy extras if you don't need themRead more »
2014 cheapest airports in Asia
Oct 13, 2014
Our recent research on prices of Asian airports reveals that Trang (TST) in Thailand ranks as the cheapest airport in Asia. The cost of flights from Trang is on average $0.0487 per kilometre, the second cheapest is Malaysian Kota Kinabalu with $0.0497. Which airports follow and how do the busiest airports in Asia rank?
The cheapest airports are located in Thailand and MalaysiaRead more »
2014 Europe’s cheapest airports
Oct 6, 2014, 2 comments
Our recent research on air ticket prices reveals that Oslo Rygge airport ranks as the cheapest in Europe. The cost of flights from Oslo Rygge is on average €0.036 per kilometre, while from Oslo Gardermoen (OSL) they are €0.154 which makes Gardermoen 4 times more expensive.Read more »
WhichAirline steps beyond meta search and into direct booking
Aug 6, 2014, 3 comments
We have some exciting news for you! We decided to make huge changes on our website. Many of you have already noticed we did a big redesign but that's not all – accompanying that we also present new business model: while before, we were a meta search engine only and shuttled all of you to airline’s website or online travel agencies when it came to booking your flights, now you can book some of the flights without leaving the website.Read more »
Battle of the low-cost airlines: Ryanair, AirAsia or tigerair? None of them in 2014!
Jun 11, 2014, 10 comments
We all know that Ryanair is the cheapest in Europe, right? Well, not quite. Ryanair is famous for their hidden fees, and our recent research shows that they make a big impact on the final cost.Read more »
Flying to ski resorts with 20 low cost airlines - INFOGRAPHIC
Feb 11, 2014, 1 comments
Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics are now in full spring. Have the winners inspired you to hit the piste? You may be surprised but transferring your skis and boots may cost you quite a lot.Read more »
Virgin America's safety video you want to watch
Nov 19, 2013
Safety demonstration before take off are in most cases very boring and to be honest, most of us ignore them as a matter of habit. However, some airlines try to be creative and entertaining – dancing nuns, a tween rapper or dancing seats… Yep, it's true.Read more »
50 Things To Do At The Airport
Oct 8, 2013
Check different ways to make use of your time at the airport, whether you're delayed or just waiting between connections. Not only you can enjoy shopping in duty-free shops, you can also relax, excersize or discover interesting things.Read more »
easyJet - what happens if your baggage is too large?
Sep 24, 2013, 1 comments
New Windows Phone and BlackBerry app now available
Jul 26, 2013
We've just released our app also for Windows Phones and BlackBerry users! A new Windows Phone and BlackBerry app presents flight results in a visual way, making it very easy to see the best available flights.Read more »
How long can you survive in top 50 cities with $100?
Jun 25, 2013, 1 comments
Iberia baggage allowance 2013 – a short summary
Jun 19, 2013, 1 comments
Flying with Iberia and wondering how much baggage you can take? Read on about all the restrictions applicable on Iberia flights.
Iberia – cabin baggage allowanceRead more »
Travel around Europe with Tripomatic
Jun 4, 2013
Are you planning visiting Europe? You don’t have to search for the useful information all around the internet anymore. Tripomatic.com has just released a new travel guide to the Old Continent.Read more »
Flying with low-cost airlines? Avoid paying additional fees!
May 14, 2013
Low-cost airlines usually offer the cheapest airfares to the various destinations. However, the price of the air ticket is often not the final one. Read on and find out more information about these fares and learn how to avoid paying additional fees and keep the price of your air ticket down.Read more »
All Combinations of Low Cost Airlines’ Flights Now Available
Apr 29, 2013, 2 comments
WhichAirline.com now offers all possible combinations of low cost airlines' flights. Search with us and save.
Ever wanted to go for a trip from your city but all available flights were too expensive?Read more »
JUST LAUNCHED! New Flight Deals Alerts
Apr 25, 2013
Looking forward to your next trips? We have some great news for you! At WhichAirline.com we’ve just launched new deals alerting system. It is easy and yet you will not miss any deals from your city again!Read more »
Infographic: Europe's cheapest and most expensive airports
Apr 9, 2013, 1 comments
London Heathrow and Katowice have been rated as respectively the most expensive and cheapest European airport in a comprehensive price survey conducted by WhichAirline.Read more »
WhichAirline goes mobile
Mar 19, 2013
Feel like inviting your favourite search engine to your pocket? Good, because we've just released a mobile version of WhichAirline!
Any smart phone-wielding traveller can now try out our twist on airfare search on their shining mobile device.Read more »
New air travel search from WhichAirline. Fly anywhere you want
Feb 21, 2013
WhichAirline does not cease to evolve and this time around we are proud to present a new type of air travel search in addition to some other brand new features.
It's not for no reason that we call WhichAirline innovative.Read more »
New Tripomatic iPhone app. The World in your Pocket
Dec 3, 2012
Attention, iPhone-wielding travellers! Here comes a brand new, redesigned version of the best trip-planning app around – Tripomatic. Read on, find out what's so great about it and download it.Read more »
We've just launched our new innovative flight search engine
Nov 28, 2012, 1 comments
The brand new interface of WhichAirline brings you an easy and hassle-free browsing experience. Finding a flight fitting your expectations is easier than ever.
Searching for a reasonable flight offer to your destination may be a pain in the neck.Read more »
European passenger rights - all you need to know
Oct 30, 2012, 1 comments
How to deal with flight delay, cancellations or denials of boarding? Read our brief guide to passenger rights in EU and learn how to survive in the tough world of air travel!
Airlines, both low-cost and traditional one, are big organizations but guess what – they are bound by law to follow the rules.Read more »
Low cost airline baggage fees dissected - INFOGRAPHIC
Oct 24, 2012, 9 comments
Travelling with low-cost airlines? This infographic may well be your best friend next time you're packing you bags.
For 16 popular low-cost airlines we compared their baggage allowances, costs and fees and bring you the ultimate guide for your next trip.Read more »
Shoestring Budget Travel Guide. Amazing infographic
Aug 23, 2012
Infographics rule! And the ultimate infographic for a savvy traveller is the Shoestring Budget Travel Guide.
Wondering why it's so useful and where to get hold of it? Read on.Read more »
What is an electronic boarding pass?
Aug 8, 2012, 1 comments
Wondering what an electronic boarding pass is, where to get it and how you use one?
Look no more, read our introduction to boarding pass.
Paper boarding passRead more »
Etihad: check-in. A short summary
Aug 2, 2012, 17 comments
Not sure how to check in when flying with Etihad? Look no longer – the answer is here.
Read a brief summary of the check-in options offered by the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates.Read more »
Qantas check-in. A short summary
Jul 19, 2012
Wondering about the check-in options offered by the Australian airline Qantas? We are here to help.
Save your time and have a look at a wrap up of the basics.
Online check-inRead more »
Air France check-in options 2012. A short summary
Jun 21, 2012
Today's article is a short summary of the check-in options offered by Air France.
Read WhichAirline and be a prepared traveller!
Air France – online check-inRead more »
New free iPhone travel app from trip-planner Tripomatic
May 10, 2012
Some of you may know the free award-winning trip planner Tripomatic, an online service that makes travelling both funnier and easier that before.
Whereas those of you who have not yet discovered the magic of Tripomatic, have got one more reason to give it a shot!
Tripomatic gives you the ultimate trip-planning experience.Read more »
EasyJet: check-in options
May 3, 2012
Who does not know the Luton-based low-cost airline easyJet? It is one of the largest no-frills carriers in Europe so it is more than likely you will fly with them sooner or later.Read more »
Free printable maps from Tripomatic!
Apr 19, 2012
I guess we all agree that getting a good tourist map is essential when setting out into unknown terrain.
The trip planner Tripomatic makes travelling even easier by giving you free printable maps of top city destinations.Read more »
Malaysia Airlines: check-in
Apr 12, 2012, 13 comments
Malaysia Airlines is a carrier widely known for its reward-winning service, the immense beauty of its air hostesses and a colourful livery of some of its planes.
In today's post we will take a look at the check-in options that this airline offers.Read more »
Brussels Airlines: check-in
Mar 22, 2012, 3 comments
Are you about to fly from Brussels or the other way around – to the Belgian capital? If so, it is likely you are going to fly with Brussels Airlines.
Let us find out how to check in with this popular carrier.Read more »
Mar 1, 2012
Today we start off a new series of articles looking into the check-in options offered by various carriers – both low-cost airlines and traditional carriers.
The airline we would like to begin with is the respected and traditional Dutch-based KLM.Read more »
Air Asia baggage allowance
Feb 15, 2012, 33 comments
We continue our informative series of articles on the baggage policy of various airlines.
In today's post we take a look at an enormously popular Asian low-cost airline – Air Asia
Air Asia cabin baggageRead more »
KLM baggage allowance 2012
Feb 9, 2012, 48 comments
In today's post from our new series bringing you the baggage policy of popular airlines, we are taking a look at the baggage allowance of KLM.
We start off with the cabin baggage rules.Read more »
10 Tips For Carry-On Luggage
Aug 31, 2011, 2 comments
Given the seemingly ever increasing prices to check bags, you can expect more passengers to carry-on luggage to keep their cheap airplane tickets and cheap vacation packages truly cheap.Read more »
Travel with disabilities: mobility, vision, and hearing
Aug 15, 2011
Travel with disabilities can be a challenge but by planning ahead for the challenges that may be faced with each disability this can be overcome. Here is some tips to help your next flying experience be more enjoyable.Read more »
Travel Safety Tips, Tricks Before and While You Travel
Aug 8, 2011, 1 comments
Safety Tips from the State Dept.
What follows are some good common sense travel safety tips from the U.S. government which may, as the site says, “help you avoid becoming a target of opportunity”.Read more »
What Happens When A Natural Disaster Hits Your Vacation?
Jul 12, 2011
With recent catastrophe's putting Japan in worldwide perspective, not only do locals suffer, but travelers find themselves in a tough situation. Panicking might be the initial reaction, but being prepared for the worst can easily calm down a dire situation.Read more »
Travel with disabilities: plan ahead
Jul 11, 2011
Traveling with disabilities can be a challenge but by planning ahead many of these challenges can be addressed and overcome. Whenever possible, plan and book flights well in advance and inform travel agents and airline representatives of the following:Type of disability and equipment aids such as canes, crutches or wheelchairs (manual or power). Read more »
Buying The Cheapest Airline Ticket
May 15, 2011
Unfortunately for weary travelers, there's no real shortcut to finding cheap airfare. As with any purchase, you need to shop around to get the best deal – But if you're willing to put in a little time and effort, you could save big on your next flight.Read more »
Steps For Stress Free Flying
May 12, 2011, 1 comments
Traveling can be a stressful event and airplane travel is tops on the list of the stressors that we experience on what is supposed to be an exciting and fun event.Read more »
Ten Must Have's For Your Next Vacation
May 10, 2011
The excitement of getting away is as much fun as being away for many of us. However, in all the excitement we can forget to pack our holiday essentials.
So the question is what are the things we just can’t travel without?Read more »
Air Travel With Your Pet
May 6, 2011
Do you have to travel by air in the near future? If you do, are you a pet owner who needs to bring your pet along with you? Although most of us leave our pets at home, you may not want to do so or your purpose for travel may be to move, as opposed to taking a fun filled vacation.Read more »
Traveling With The Family
Apr 29, 2011
Going on a vacation with your loved ones is indeed, one of the most fun-filled and joyous experiences. You get to discover the most salubrious beaches, picturesque landscapes, quaint architecture, virgin forests, and so much more.Read more »
The Best Travel iPhone Apps
Apr 15, 2011
Now I’m sure you won’t remember either, but there was a time; so rumour has it; when mobile phones only made phone calls! Hardly seems possible now when there’s an app for our mobile phones so they can pretty much do anything and everything for us.Read more »
Tips for Flying with Children
Apr 8, 2011
Flying with your children can be a wonderful family adventure or a thoroughly miserable experience for one and all. The key, of course, is preparation. Here are some steps you can take to ensure your trip is free from family „turbulence.“
Before You LeaveRead more »
Lose You Credit Card And Get A Vacation
Mar 30, 2011
With the economy the way it's been lately, a lot of us have had to tighten our belts a little in order to help make ends meet. Our budgets are more about the bare necessities, as opposed to all the luxuries we may have been used to at one time, and one of the first things a lot of us have cut out of our lives as a result is travel.Read more »
Getting the most out of your Frequent Flyer Miles
Mar 23, 2011
The trouble with travel rewards is that few of us have the time or the patience to navigate the labyrinth of rules, regulations and offers to find the best deals available.Read more »
Video: British airports start using holographic staff
Mar 10, 2011, 2 comments
Several airports in Britain have started to make use of the latest technology to help instruct passengers. See the videos on how the virtual staff aids through the security process.Read more »
5 most unbelievable airport horror stories
Mar 1, 2011
Airports are the places of numerous stories. While they are joyful most of the time, some might turn out to be unpleasant. Read through these bizarre, sad and funny little stories.Read more »
Top 11 European cities for budget travellers
Feb 24, 2011
Which cities in Europe are the most suitable if you travel on a tight budget? Let's have a look at 11 destinations worth visiting. These won't make your purse bleed.Read more »
How long would it take Santa Claus to travel around Europe?
Dec 20, 2010, 1 comments
Christmas is coming fast and as air travel is our great passion, an idea was born. Why don't we give Santa Claus a little help by planning his annual quest? Wonder how long would it take for him to visit all the European capital cities?Read more »
Air New Zealand making good use of YouTube
Dec 16, 2010
The recent online video campaign by Air New Zealand is a good example of utilizing the popularity of YouTube. Sometimes a simple idea makes a great difference. The airline's channel was even featured by Google as one of the few travel brands to make it's YouTube presence appealing.Read more »
Top ten destinations for 2011 by British Airways
Dec 13, 2010
Not sure where to fly in 2011? British Airways decided to give passengers a little hint by publishing it's top ten destinations for the following year. Although half of them are not by a surprise, there are some worth looking at.Read more »
What to know about Round the World Tickets
Dec 8, 2010
If you ever thought of traveling the world, Round the World (RTW) tickets are the way to go. With this special ticket, you can visit multiple cities on multiple continents.Read more »
Airport full-body scanners possible health risks
Nov 22, 2010
The new generation of airport body scanners are capable of detecting non-metal objects. These machines are massively introduced at airports all around the world. However, concerns about their negative influence on the human body are getting stronger.Read more »
Cabin baggage allowance – the ultimate guide
Nov 18, 2010
We often get questions regarding hand baggage rules. Many people are not sure whether they're allowed to take a coat or a purse aboard a plane. Truth is, the rules vary greatly amongst airlines.Read more »
Bizarre tourist laws and regulations
Oct 27, 2010
Various countries are applying some bizarre laws and regulations. We had a look at them and picked some examples for you. Did you know that you cannot drive a car or motorcycle without a shirt in Thailand?
No chewing gums in SingaporeRead more »
Which airlines are banned in the European Union?
Oct 21, 2010
European authorities ban particular airlines from being able to operate within the European Union. Safety is the concern. Which airlines are banned and which are only allowed to operate under specific conditions?Read more »
Which airlines fly green?
Oct 18, 2010
Good news for all eco-friendly travellers. Airlines are starting to engage in eco and green practices. We have contacted them in order to find out each airline exact policy.Read more »
Avoiding huge phone bills when abroad
Oct 13, 2010
Has it ever happened to you? Traveling abroad with your smartphone can easily become a nightmare. Most users, who don't prepare their phone to be used abroad, are shocked looking at the phone bill afterwards.Read more »
Cuddle class – bringing more comfort to economy class passengers
Oct 11, 2010
Until now, all the efforts to make one's journey on a plane more pleasant, were aimed at the business or first class passengers. The majority of passengers traveling economy have only seen attempts to take their comfort away.Read more »
Mastering the frequent flyer programs
Oct 7, 2010
This is no big news for regular airline travellers. Frequent flyer programmes are there to provide many extras for them. Did you know that being a frequent flyer is worth it even if you don't spend most of your time on the plane?
How it works?Read more »
Baggage - all you need to know
Oct 5, 2010, 1 comments
It's quite usual that everyone carries a baggage when traveling. Are you aware of certain limitations when transporting your baggage by a plane? Each airliner implies slightly different rules, so it's a good thing to check them out before flying.Read more »
Hot topic - The European Passenger Rights
Sep 29, 2010
Time after time we read headlines concerning stranded and perplexed passengers. The recent volcano eruption in the ourskirts of Europe along with the consequences for passenger traffic that nobody would have predicted, making this subject even more relevant.Read more »
Practical tips: mobile and online check in
Sep 17, 2010
Are you about to head out for a trip? Regardless whether you are flying to a close city or a long distance destination, you should consider whether you check online or via your mobile phone.Read more »
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