What About These Travel Websites?

Thu Jun 22, 2000 12:25 pm

What do you feel a good travel/airline website needs on it to be successful and/or appealing to your tastes? Please respond.
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RE: What About These Travel Websites?

Thu Jun 22, 2000 12:29 pm

A good travel website needs to follow the K.I.S.S. principle. Keep it simple sweetheart. I am personally a big fan of Travelocity. It offers enough options to find what you want and it has a few useful tools (like Fare watcher email) to keep you informed. Plus being based off the Sabre system helps a lot too.
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