“We’re excited that CheapOair’s website is honored by Interactive Media Awards based on its design, content, feature, usability and standards compliance,” said Harsh Sood, chief technology officer at Fareportal, the parent company of CheapOair.
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
CheapOair, a leading hybrid (online/traditional) travel agency, announced today that it was recognized with top industry honors for its website.
CheapOair's website was named “Best in Class” winner in the Travel/Tourism category in Interactive Media Awards. Out of 224 entries in the Travel/Tourism category, only 7 were selected as Best in Class winners. CheapOair's website scored the win with a high, overall score of 481 out of 500.
“CheapOair’s website was earlier recognized as the fastest online travel agency website by Compuware, based on its average response time, availability and consistency,” said Harsh Sood, chief technology officer at Fareportal, the parent company of CheapOair. “We’re excited that CheapOair’s website is now honored by Interactive Media Awards based on its design, content, feature, usability and standards compliance.”
Created by the Interactive Media Council (IMC), a nonprofit organization of leading web designers, developers, programmers, advertisers and other web-related professionals, Interactive Media Awards recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development.
CheapOair is the first hybrid (online/traditional) travel agency that enables consumers to book travel online, on mobile apps, by phone or live chat. CheapOair (http://www.cheapoair.com, 1-800-556-2345) bridges the gap between an online and traditional travel agency with certified travel agents available 24/7 to help find deals and offers to destinations worldwide on over 450 airlines, 150,000 hotels, and 100s of car rentals. Partner airlines benefit from access to CheapOair's broad customer base that books high yield international travel and add-on ancillaries at above the industry average. Follow CheapOair on Facebook and Twitter to learn how to travel the world for less.