ASIA Travel Now Offering Low Cost Airline Connections Search Tool

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Emirates Airline is now offering travellers an enhanced online travel planning tool, which builds itineraries by combining Emirates flights with low cost airline connections outside the Emirates network.

Details of connecting flights to over 300 destinations throughout Europe, the Far East, India and Canada are now available to travellers, thanks to arrangements in place with five airlines AirAsia, easyJet, clickair, IndiGo, JetLite and WestJet.

Search results instantly display the most appropriate complete itinerary, together with the lowest available fares. Bookings can then be completed online within minutes on each separate airline website.

Keith Longstaff, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations Worldwide said, We are delighted to unveil this latest innovation to our website, which will provide added information and convenience to our customers. Feedback from our customers has revealed the increased use of low cost carriers and Connection Search provides them with a simple tool to plan and book their perfect itinerary. After carrying out in-depth research and in partnership with Dohop, we believe we have successfully developed a seamless online experience which will greatly assist our customers.

Frosti Sigurjonsson, Dohop's CEO added, By offering information on onward flights with low-cost airlines, Emirates invites travellers to combine its comfortable long-haul flights with a vast choice of convenient low-cost connections.

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