It just occurred to me that it’s going to be steaming hot in Pamplona. Probably in the high thirties. Truth be told, we like hot around here. Hot weather. Hot clothes. Hot services. Running in the heat to dive away from bulls.
In my estimation, Vayama is an airline booking site who just put out their sophomore album. And it’s good. Very good.
A mere four years old, I’ve used them a couple of times and was impressed, which is why I pursued them for our stylin’ adventure trip.
I’m sure you’re dying to know, what makes Vayama so hot?
They are insanely easy to use. Huge points in my travel planning toolkit.
Type in your parameters in the search window:
I personally like the layout of their search results page. At the top is a clear list of airlines with prices in a neat row and as you scroll down each airline is presented in more detail with an option to select a flight:
One last aspect that is user friendly about Vayama is once you’ve selected a flight, instead of punting you to another browser window that can load slower than you’d like, the selection appears in the same window and you can fill in your personal information and continue with the purchase.
I’m also a faithful user of Momondo, knowing that they aggregate online booking sites and don’t act as a booking site themselves, which is understandable, yet at times the extra browser window makes me grumpy.
Yes, that’s how much I need my airline searches to be smooth and accessible. Otherwise, I grow vastly impatient and want to do harm to my Mac.
Vayama is taking me to London this Monday where I’ll chomp on curry with some writer and blogger friends. Perhaps even do some shopping at Oxford Circus. Hit Soho for a cocktail or two and pass out from glee.
The fact is other airline booking sites garner plenty of press, but Vayama is only a shadow, a secret that should be unearthed, which is why I wanted to share them with the world.
Hotness cannot be contained. So try it out before everybody knows about it.
What are your favorite airline booking sites and why do you keep using them?