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Airbus introduces the world’s first online booking assistant of its kind to the travel community

Airbus introduces the world’s first online booking assistant of its kind to the travel community

iflyA380.com at ITB Berlin 2017 from March 8 to 12, 2017

A one-of-a-kind booking tool for the world’s most iconic aircraft: Airbus created the online booking assistant iflyA380.com to take travel planning to the next level. iflyA380.com features the first and only flight search system that sorts results by aircraft type,   heralding a new trend in flight differentiation with the double-deck A380. For the first time, passengers are free to select the A380 flight of their choice. They are empowered to design their own in-flight travel experience, opting for wider seats, superior service, more entertainment options, and a more comfortable flight overall.

iflyA380.com is also a useful tool for travel agents wishing to offer a memorable travel experience to their customers: including A380 flights will enhance their travel offer and create a distinctive advantage.

On the site (iflyA380.com), travelers can browse all A380 flights, explore all A380 destinations, and discover the distinctive onboard services that world-class airlines offer in every class.

Users simply select their departure location, destination, and travel dates. The search results show all relevant flights on the A380, indicating carrier, price and itinerary. After selecting a preferred flight, users are automatically redirected to the carrier’s website to finalize the booking.

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