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Australian online flight booking sites

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Mal

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I have a few that I use (and others that I don't use, but know about!). Wondering what other ones are in Australia that I've missed... (BTW, I'm talking about complete Internet booking ... not just "Enquire here" or "Call us now" type sites)

[Travel Agents]
www.flightcentre.com.au (Domestic only)
www.harveyworld.com.au (Uses same booking engine as webjet I think).
www.zuji.com.au (Same booking engine as Travelocity I believe)
www.webjet.com.au
www.travel.com.au
www.expedia.com.au (Flights coming soon... )

[Airlines]
www.ozjet.com.au
www.britishairways.com.au
www.cathaypacific.com.au
www.qantas.com.au
www.jetstar.com.au
www.virginblue.com.au
www.airnewzealand.com.au

[Fare comparison sites]
www.quickfare.com.au (Domestic only)


(BTW. In case anyone is curious what prompted this post, I have been battling trying to find a certain BA WT+ fare today. I know it exists. I know there is availability. I just can't find anyone online to book it through!)
 
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Thanks mal for this summary.

Sometimes it is worth using overseas sites (to avoid GST and lower fuel surcharges, and sometimes better availability).

eg www.aa.com
www.united.com
www.zuji.co.nz
 
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