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Where Can I Fly?

Posted in Internet marketing by smallbusinessonlinecoach on July 9, 2012

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If you are planning a vacation and are wondering how far your budget can get you then you should try Flocations.

Using Flocations it is possible to discover which flights are available and to which destinations for a set price. Just use the slider control to enter how much you want to pay for your flight, enter your available dates and select your departure airport from the drop-down menu.

After you have entered an airport and a budget all the available flights in your budget are displayed on the map. If you select a destination shown on the map you can then view the flight details and click on a link to book your seat.

At the moment Flocation only works for a number of South East Asian and Australian airports but new airports and destinations are being added to the application all the time.

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