NEW YORK, N.Y. /eNewsChannels/ — CheapOair has been serving the student travel market for years, making it easy for student travelers to search and book low airfares online for domestic and international destinations.
CheapOair is committed to excellent customer service and affordable airfare, regardless of the economic climate, and therefore the ideal travel shopping site for all travelers: students and any smart traveler looking for quality and value.
As reported on the CheapOair blog, American Airlines recently added Beijing to their flight routes. Graduating students eager to travel to Asia and explore this alluring and exotic destination can book cheap flights to Beijing through CheapOair.
For those students who prefer to backpack through Europe and Australia this summer, CheapOair also offers exceptionally cheap flights to Europe and airfare to Australia. Or for those who seek rest and relaxation when classes finish up, CheapOair’s Caribbean and Mexico deals are the perfect way to unwind.
“We’re committed to providing a variety of choices for all travelers’ needs,” said Bill Miller, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, CheapOair.
CheapOair.com is the 7th largest online booking travel site and is a leading supplier of cheap flights, hotels, car rentals and vacation packages. CheapOair offers the best in value with attractive solutions for today’s savvy traveler. Their portfolio of products includes over 100 million airfare combinations on over 400 airlines, low airfare guarantees, 85,000 negotiated hotel rates, and the technological foundation to deliver affordable tickets to every region in the world.
For CheapOair information, call 866-636-9088 or visit www.CheapOair.com .
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