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Welcome to the World Flight Centre your discount flight website where you can search for your cheap flights and book online.
In today’s world of internet cheap flights it is reassuring to work with;

  • an established world flight centre

  • has the bricks behind the clicks

  • official ATAS accreditation.

  • Low credit card fees with flights

  • point redemption for flights - American express points redemption

    All this and you still get cheap web airfares. For all discount economy, business class and first class airfares. Backpacker through to royalty and rock stars, flights for all at our World Flight Center.

What is your carbon emission impact when travelling?
An important point these days. Learn what your trips impact is and how you can work to offset your footprint.

 

You can use our 24/7 web based airline booking system, or contact us by email and phone.  

We are used to dealing with the unusual, having been to some weird and remote airstrips and Some of us have braved some weird airlines – others, sensibly caught the train! This experience means we can also work out those unusual airfares. 

  • multi stop

  • round world

  • complicated itineraries

  • airpasses.

It is best to contact us for these types of fare constructions as web site systems (any) are not designed to fully cover these. In addition to the above list, another example would be unaccompanied children. No website booking system we have seen actually TELLS the airline they are unaccompanied. There are a few extra booking procedures to ensure the booking is correctly registered and means safe procedures are in place.

There are so many changes - every day :( - to airfares and not all can be reflected on 'airfare' web sites. Even in today’s electronic world there are still some ‘Word of Mouth Fares’ exclusive to us for certain destinations. We can also advise on frequent flyer point advantages to certain airfare combinations. A lot of very cheap flights don’t offer frequent flyer points and sometimes what may look to be a more expensive flight is not when you get to use the points. This might mean the difference between a sensible departure time and an ungodly one!

Although we are based in Australia our web site reservations offer flights virtually anywhere. New York to London, Tokyo to Beijing, there is something for all and can you believe the prices!! Remember the costs are shown in Australian Dollars.

Aviation is striving to reduce its carbon footprint

  Reasons to deal with a website with contactable humans!!
Money Saving Tip!
Are you departing from Melbourne Airport?
Save on cab fares and park your car in a Long Term Car Park. Try Andrews Airport Parking
View our 'Pudding Shop' page which has lots of news as well as links to airline related sites such as;
**The budget travellers guide to sleeping in airports.
**A web site dedicated to 'airline meal spotting'. Check   out what you get before you fly!

These next videos show how it could be, out there in airline world!

   
  How things could be

And some more in a humorous direction!

For those with a wicked sense of humour look at the following video clip and see how Monty Python think airline pilots keep themselves amused on long haul flight! And for those that like the idea of luxury travel view this video - 'The Posh Song' A classic from English movie humour
In flight safety video's have become  a bit of an Art Form.
Virgin America has come up to standard with this release.
Air New Zealand started this trend and others are trying to follow.
Check out this recent Air New Zealand masterpiece others.
   

 

Mile High Club

The aviation industry has long used the frisson of flirtation to sell flights, beginning with strict ‘glamour’ criteria for cabin crew on the first commercial flights and continuing through to recent sexy advertising campaigns from airlines such as Virgin.
 

Now a survey from flights comparison site Skyscanner has revealed our romantic associations with flying are still going strong with the trend for “flyrting” – the practice of passengers flirting whilst flying. The survey of over 1,000 travellers revealed that 45% of passengers admitted to flirting whilst on board a flight, with a third leading to a rendezvous following the flight, and 8% of them resulting in a relationship.
 

Skyscanner employee Karin Noble, a former cabin crew member commented:
“More and more people are now travelling by air so it’s no surprise that flights have become a place to flirt. After all, you are sitting next to someone for an hour or more, and the fact that you’re both travelling to the same place means you already have something in common. Add this to the heightened effect that alcohol can have at altitude and the more relaxed ‘holiday mood’ that many travellers feel, and it tends to give people the courage to flirt with a fellow passenger or even take things further, especially on long haul routes such as flights to Australia.”
More shockingly, for a small minority the flirtations may actually lead to membership of the infamous Mile High Club; a separate survey found that 20% of travellers have joined this risqué association and half of these had done so with a stranger they met on a flight.

For those that are not members however it certainly still seems to appeal with a massive 95% of those surveyed admitting they would like to join the Mile High Club, while a Valentine’s Day survey showed that 6% of men claim this was their ideal gift.

However, a UK firm offering ‘Mile High’ flights was recently shut down by the CAA after just two years of operation, as they weren’t satisfied that on board safety criteria were being met, and feared the in-flight action could be ‘too distracting’ for pilots.

Love is in the Air

 

For most flying is a monotonous occasion where there is little more to do than sleep, read or half watch a movie, however some were lucky enough to witness everything from proposals to serenades to pure coincidences that only cupid could concoct for a 12 hour flight.

Travel metasearch site, Wego conducted a survey which revealed some of the rare sights of love at 35,000 feet:

  • Some men were traditional and made their proposals with a ring in a wine glass or by bending on one knee in the aisle, whilst another got the help of a flight attendant who crawled down the aisle and pretended to be looking for her own engagement ring, only for the man to find the ring and propose to his girlfriend with it.

     
  • A man who by accident fell onto a woman’s chest when turbulence occurred, proposed to his girlfriend as part of his quick ‘thinking’, no doubt making for an interesting wedding speech.
     
  • A woman was on a helicopter ride that was given to her as a gift from her boyfriend; however the biggest surprise was when she found a proposal written on a roof that they flew over.
     
  • Another woman, also on a helicopter ride (take note boys!), saw her name next to a proposal at the couple’s favourite fishing spot.
     
  • Proposals aren’t only for those sitting in economy class with one pilot proposing to his flight attendant girlfriend over the intercom.
     
  • A lucky man scored himself a kiss from a flight attendant after volunteering to sing a love song during a Valentine’s Day flight and serenading her with it.
     
  • Some weren’t as lucky in love with a husband also employing the singing tactic after he got on to a fight with his wife, and another gentleman flirted with the flight attendant only to be told by the man sitting next to him that she was actually his wife.
     
  • A man thought that he would try his luck with a woman flying with her three energetic boys by asking for her number, however was shot down with ‘No, I’ve no more energy for yet another boy’.


Finally there was the one would make even the most frozen of hearts melt a little: a man was opening the overhead compartment where he had placed a flower which he bought for his mother, only to have the flower drop in the lap of a beautiful women… the modern fairy tale ended happily with the woman eventually becoming his wife.

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