Comprehensive Six Month Poll will Expose Canadian's Thoughts on
Current Travel Issues
TORONTO, July 28 /CNW/ - FlightNetwork.com,
one of Canada's highest volume online travel sales sites (second only to
Expedia in Canada), today announced the launch of their 'State of Air
Travel Poll,' aimed at giving Canadians a voice to weigh-in on the
biggest issues facing the travel industry in 2010.
"Ash clouds, airline mergers and a global economic slowdown have created
an unprecedented shake-up in the air travel industry over the past 12
months," said Naman Budhdeo, CEO of FlightNetwork.com. "We
see the State of Air Travel Poll as a way to take the pulse of Canadians
by offering a forum for the serious and not so serious flight industry
issues that they are talking about."
Running until December 2010, the State of Air Travel Poll will utilize
FlightNetwork.com's Blog, Facebook page and customer database to reach
Canadians and ask for their input. Poll topics will cover a range of
issues including green travel, plus sized passengers, if cell phones
should be allowed on planes and where are Canada's best and worst
About FlightNetwork.com (www.flightnetwork.com)
As one of Canada's largest online flight booking sites by volume (second
only to Expedia.ca in Canada), FlightNetwork.com's proprietary flight
booking engine offers consumers the advantages of last second booking,
searches of over 250 airfares per transaction and unique mix and match
fares that allow booking on different airlines for departure and return
flights to get the lowest fares possible.
FlightNetwork.com advertises and delivers the 'lowest airfares from the
top airlines' by offering consumers access to over 2 million bulk rates
negotiated with major airlines. Backing up Flight Network's award
winning online service are 65 insightful and well travelled flight
specialists in the FlightNetwork.com call centre.
FlightNetwork.com was recently named to the 22nd annual
PROFIT 100 ranking of Canada's Fastest Growing Companies by PROFIT
Ranking Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies by five-year revenue growth,
the PROFIT 100 profiles the country's most successful growth companies.
Published in the June issue of PROFIT and online at PROFIT100.com, the
PROFIT 100 is Canada's largest annual celebration of entrepreneurial
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