QuickAirLink Launches Speedy 1-Click Nonstop Flight Search & 2-Click Airline Booking

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QuickAirLink (http://www.quickairlink.com) offers a simpler, faster and more intuitive way to search, compare and book flights on the web. The secret is a “patent pending” map-based interface that allows users to point and click without the traditional need to enter text or travel dates. The new “visual” method is faster and uses fewer clicks to link the user to airline booking sites, airports, and other travel providers.

Introduction – Why use QuickAirlink.com for Travel Search?

QuickAirLink is a visual flight map that provides a 1-Click experience that traditional travel search engines can’t match.

Because QuickAirLink uses a visual experience, it is easier to show how the site works than to explain it. The video link below shows the “1-Click Nonstop Flight Search” feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-Iyaxf0Lvw&feature=player_embedded

This air portal site does not sell tickets but provides “smart comparisons” to educate users about all of their most convenient options. Then travelers “quick link” directly to their selected airline. Users review detailed schedules, pricing and, when ready, book their “best value” service. Direct booking with airlines offers the following benefits: guaranteed lowest online price (almost always), web-only fares, frequent flier miles, and easier communication if ticketing changes are required.

The video link below demonstrates the “2-Click Airline Booking” feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d07Gvc4_2Bc&feature=player_embedded

The “Introduction” popup summarizes the unique features and benefits that QuickAirLink offers to air travelers:

  • Faster: 1-Click Nonstop Flight Search
  • Smarter: Compare All Nonstop Flights First
  • Easier: 2-Click Direct Booking with Airlines
  • Airport Link: 2-Click Index of Travel Services at 300+ Airports

This is the only travel site that provides unbiased displays to show all nonstop flights by every airline at 300 U.S. Airports. The portal acts as a “buyer’s agent” to help its customer’s find their “best value” flight, defined as the “most convenient, quickest flight for the price.” The site then provides faster booking with a 1-click link to the online sites of airlines and other actual service operators. QuickAirLink does not sell any tickets or services on its site. Airlines and travel service operators pay QuickAirLink for lead referrals of educated travelers who are ready to buy. Direct sales by airlines is more cost-effective than paying commissions to online travel agents or other intermediary sellers.


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