Alternative products to Flair Flights

Flair Flights

Your personal flights diary

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Flair is an app designed to help you keep track of your flights history. After adding your past trips, Flair will show you a map of all the airports you've flown to and from and give you some cool stats about your time up in the air!

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Tomo Cheap Flights

Save up to 70% on flights around the world ✈️

Tomo is a Facebook Messenger bot specialized in getting cheap flights. You can save up to $700 per ticket and it's as simple as a conversation with a friend.

John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Constantly waiting for deals to be pinged to me.
Vlad Stan- Co-founder & CEO of Futuristico
I'm one of the makers, but we've built this having this use case in mind. Play with it and let me know what you think.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
Messenger bot that finds the cheapest flights for you!
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AwardHunt

Discover where you can fly for free with credit card points

AwardHunt lists all cities that a given amount of credit card points can take you. More specifically, it gives the amount of airline mileage required for flight awards redemption that can be transferred from points. Currently it supports 4 credit card rewards programs (Chase, Amex, Citi and SPG) and 20 frequent flyer programs.

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Google Flight Search

Dream>Click>Plan>Pack>Go>Share. Repeat.

Chris Messina- Product designer & entrepreneur
Google Flights has gotten quite good — it allows me to track flights over time so I can get the best price at the right moment. It's not as full featured as some other tools (and it's kind of cramped in Google's search UI) but it's pretty solid all around.
Jason Rados- Product Owner
The clean UI and speed make searching, exploring and monitoring flight prices a breeze.
Oskar von Hauske- Designer @ Google
Data, tons of it
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Skyhour

A new gifting platform transforming air travel 🛫

Enabling endless travel possibilities, Skyhour is the gifting platform that inspires you to give & receive flight hours that can be used by anyone, anywhere, on over 350 airlines. Currently in US only.

Condé Nast Traveler
Rather than receiving yet another cable-knit sweater from your great aunt this Christmas, imagine that you're instead gifted four 'skyhours'-at $60 each, that's $240 toward the flight for your next vacation. That's the aim of Skyhour, a new app designed to simplify the process of gifting air travel.
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What's in your bag when you take a trip? What gadgets, tools and comfort items are essential? The Associated Press crowdsourced that question on a Facebook thread as fodder for a holiday gift guide for travelers. We heard from folks around the world, from millennials to retirees, from frequent-flying business travelers to once-in-a-while vacationers.
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