Airlines of the Web
was the first index of airline sites on the web, and has been online since
1994. Airlines of the Web was created by University of British Columbia
associate professor Marc-David Seidel while conducting research on the
strategic development of the airline industry. It now includes full
travel booking functionality through its relationships with well
established travel companies.
Airlines of the Web is a
clearinghouse for airline information and a one-stop shop for air
travelers. It has been featured frequently in the media, including Smart
Money Magazine, Forbes, Time Magazine, the International Herald Tribune,
Popular Science, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the San
Francisco Chronicle, the Philadelphia Inquirer, London Daily Telegraph,
Asiaweek, the Austin American Statesman, Business Traveller, Fodors Smart
Travel Tips, Mobile Computing, Home Office Computing, PC World, PC
Computing, Internet World, Airliners Magazine, and the Travel Channel.
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