Wotif launches Wotflight


One of Australia’s leading online hotel booking websites, Wotif has launched another website aimed at taking on the likes of Webjet and Zuji.

While its competitors service international flight zones, Wotflight will focus on domestic routes, including airlines such as QANTAS, JetStar, Virgin Blue, Rex, Brindabella, Aeropelican, Air North and Sky West. Tiger has been excluded from the list, with Wotflight refusing to comment on why it didn’t make the cut.

In a strategic move to push customers between the two services, customers booking flights on Wotflight will receive a $10 voucher that can be spent at sister site Wotif.

Wotflight launches with a $16.95 online booking fee and $26.95 over the telephone.

The news of Wotflight’s launch follows a Wotif announcement of record profits. The company has made a half-year profit of some $27.6-million, indicating it’s hitting the right tune with Australian consumers.

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Paul Maric has been a freelance travel writer for the past seven years.Paul’s mainstay is freelance motoring journalism, where he has contributed content to major Australian and international publications.Travelling all over the world, Paul has had the chance to stay at some of the finest hotels, eat at the finest restaurants and visit some of the most amazing locations.