CheapOair Expands With the Launch of CheapOair.ca
NEW YORK, April 19, 2011
CheapOair announced today the launch of its new Canadian counterpart, CheapOair.ca. Customers in Canada will now have customized access to CheapOair’s product portfolio, including the lowest guaranteed fares and rates on over 100 million flights and 100,000 negotiated hotels and vacation packages, all refreshed daily.
“CheapOair.ca will empower Canadian travelers to take advantage of deals selected specifically for them,” said Sam Jain, CEO of CheapOair. “We are executed about this addition to the CheapOair brand, and are planning for future global expansion.”
CheapOair.ca has more flight and vacation options that are Canada-focused, making it more convenient for travelers in that market to find deals and save money. Fares and transactions are in Canadian dollars, which eliminate currency exchange differences and make travel purchases more affordable. Fares and rates are also quoted in up to 24 different currencies.
For the launch, CheapOair is offering special instant booking discounts. In addition to the site’s daily “CheapOExclusive” offers and “Border City Deals” for under $199 CAD, customers can also save up to an additional $15 on flight, hotel or vacation bookings using Coupon Code PR15, and/or discounts of $10 off per person up to $50 on group bookings on flights and vacation packages by using PR50.
Bi-lingual French and English customer service agents are available 24 hours daily via a toll free number and email response, as well as in person at offices in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
Cheapoair.ca has also launched a companion travel blog (blog.cheapoair.ca) similar to its successful and rapidly growing CheapOair.com counterpart. The CheapOair Canada blog covers the latest news affecting Canadian travelers by expert travel bloggers who contribute to outlets like AOL Travel, WestJet’s Up! Magazine, and more. Readers can find valuable travel information, news, planning trips, and fun things to while on vacation.
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