Vayama Offers Their Cheapest International Airfares on B Airlines to Asia, Australia, Europe, & South America

Mountain View, California (PressExposure) October 14, 2009 -- International travel website Vayama is currently offering their lowest ever discounted international airfares for fall & winter travel, including the peak Christmas period, to Australia, Asia, Europe, & South America.

The cheapest international airfares this season are on a roster of airlines formally known as 'B airlines' (lesser known international airlines).

"In the past, the focus has been on the main legacy carriers" says Andre Hesselink, Vayama's CEO, "but thanks to the B airlines continued efforts, I can safely say that the B on B airline now stands for 'Best service and Best value', both in the sky and on land and with very convenient connections in sleek and uncongested international airports, all for the lowest international airfares available on the market through"

This fall and winter savvy travelers can take advantage of Vayama's experience with international airlines to create their own unbeatable itineraries with the cheapest international airfares by comparing legacy carriers with the great value, service and convenience offered by the B airlines.

• Travelers to Asia are in for a treat this season with Vayama's discounted airfares on B airlines like Asiana & China Airlines. Both airlines offer easy connections to most Asian gateways at their high tech, uncongested hubs in Seoul (Incheon Airport) and Taipei (Taoyuan Airport), including same day connections to the Indian subcontinent (and often with Indian crew to better serve the needs of the Indian market).

• To enjoy a winter's summer in Australia this Christmas season, Vayama is offering their lowest airfares to down under with V Australia, a new carrier owned by Virgin Atlantic Airline's Sir Richard Branson that has already gained an excellent reputation for onboard service from Los Angeles to Australian East Coast destinations like Sydney & Brisbane.

• For South America, TAM Airlines offers the best value for money from Miami to Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo with same day connections to Buenos Aires, Lima, and other South American destinations.

• To Europe, Vayama offers several excellent European B airlines such as Icelandair, Martinair, Air Berlin, & Air Europa. These carriers offer the lowest fares and superior service over the Atlantic via their less congested hubs in Reykjavik, Amsterdam, Dusseldorf, & Madrid.

• For flights within Europe, Vayama offers more than 75 budget airlines, like Ryanair and EasyJet - both famous for their $19 or less airfares from their secondary European hubs. To book these flights just go to our 'Low Cost' booking engine accessed from the "travel extras' link on the top of the Vayama homepage.

For more information and to book the cheapest international airfares for travel this fall and winter we invite you to visit

Sample Airfare Deals:

1- Los Angeles to Taipei from $658 including tax & fees on China Airlines 2- New York to Madrid from $557 including tax & fees on Air Europa 3- Miami to Rio de Janeiro from $606 including taxes & fees on TAM airlines 4- Los Angeles to Sydney from $954 including tax & fees on V Australia 5- New York to Beijing from $748 including tax & fees on Asiana

About Vayama

Vayama is a first-of-its kind travel Web site that provides North Americans a whole new world of choice for booking international flights. Using the latest in Web technologies, Vayama offers a massive selection of airlines, flights and fares, many never previously available online, so you can find the lowest prices and best schedule options for all your international travel. Established over 3 years ago and founded by travel experts with decades of experience, Vayama is backed by one of the world's largest travel organizations. Vayama is a subsidiary of BCD Holdings NV, one of the global leaders in the travel industry.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 14, 2009 at 6:39 am
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