, UK United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 04, 2007 -- Alternative Airlines, the booking engine that allows customers to book flights from a massive range of carriers around the world, has now added even more airlines to its growing list of carriers.
Wizz Air [http://www.alternativeairlines.com/aa/wizzair.cfm], a central European low cost carrier specialising in the Polish, Hungarian and Bulgarian Markets, and Kingfisher Airlines [http://www.alternativeairlines.com/aa/kingfisherairlines.cfm], a domestic Indian carrier started by the entrepreneur Vijay Malllya and named after his best selling beer, are some of the latest carriers to be added to Alternative Airlines' growing list.
The Alternative Airlines [http://www.alternativeairlines.com/aa/index.cfm] website offers users the chance to book from over 260 different airline carriers, including many local and regional carriers that do not have online booking facilities anywhere else. The company are continually adding more and more carriers to their booking engine and aim to make their website a place where users can book flights for any airline in the world.
A spokesman for Alternative Airlines commented:
"It is our goal to provide a single site, from which customers can book any airline ticket in the world. Already we offer bookings with over 260 different airlines, from Air Vanuatu to Vietnam Airlines [http://www.alternativeairlines.com/vietnamairlines/index.cfm], from Tajikistan Airways to Tahiti Air. We aim to provide our customers the ability to quickly and easily book flight deals [http://www.alternativeairlines.com/aa/deals.cfm] from anywhere with an airport, to anywhere else in the world with an airport, even on obscure routes and airlines which most Westerners are not familiar with".
The site is also packed full of news on new airline routes, information about each airline, as well as air travel news and details of special fares and travel tips. With it's wealth of information on global carriers, the Alternative Airlines website has also become a favourite amongst airline enthusiasts, who can read up on the latest airlines to be launched.