Vayama is Launching a Speedy Way to Book Cheap Student Airfares, No Expensive Proprietary Student ID Required

Vayama is launching a speedy way to book cheap student airfares, no expensive proprietary student ID required.

 
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Mountain View, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/31/2010 -- Vayama.com, the internet’s leading provider of discounted international airfares, is announcing their latest airfare deal: Discounted Student Airfares. Vayama is entering the world of student airfares that do not require the purchase of a proprietary (and often overprized) student identity card. The traveler’s own student ID will suffice to unlock vayama’s world of discounted international student airfares, saving student’s money before they even purchase their first airline ticket.

Student Airfares Highlights: Vayama.com will be offering a large selection of discounted roundtrip and one way student airfares, originating in the USA and Canada, to long haul destinations in Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia, and more. Vayama’s student airfares will come with stays of up to one year; this is very useful for semesters and internships abroad, allowing plenty of extra time to travel. Vayama’s student tickets will also come with low change fees, allowing students to extend their studies or travels abroad as cheaply as possible.

Vayama’s discounted student tickets will also be available to youth aged 12 to 26 who want to take a year off to see the world between high school and college, “because travel is sometimes the best way to learn,” says Andre Hesselink, CEO of Vayama.com, “our main goal is to offer a smooth, fast, one stop shopping experience when it comes to discounted international airfares, this is especially good for students on shoestring budgets who are booking their first international airline ticket. Vayama has already done all the legwork to make sure that they find the most economical student airfares with just a few clicks of the mouse, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week”.

Vayama’s discounted student airfares are for full time students under the age of 35 and for youth between 12 to 26 years of age. These airfares are also available to faculty members and spouses of eligible passengers traveling together.

How to Book: Booking vayama’s student airfares is as easy as using the Vayama website: Students will visit http://www.vayama.com , select the student tag in the Vayama “find a flight box” (located on the upper left side of the vayama.com homepage), then simply request their ideal destination and travel dates. Vayama’s powerful booking engine will display the cheapest student airfares available in just a few seconds. The student will then select the airfare that suits him or her best, proceed to check out, or enter new dates and destinations to view more available student airfares.

No Expensive Student ID to Purchase: All of Vayama’s discounted student airfares are on electronic tickets, so all that is required to board the airplane is the student’s own student ID from their learning institution, Vayama will not require the purchase of a proprietary student ID and there is no paper ticket to lose. The entire itinerary, invoice and electronic ticket numbers are always available to be viewed or printed online from the http://www.vayama.com website.

To celebrate this milestone in student travel, vayama.com is offering a bonus $30 discount on all international booking purchased through http://Vayama.com until April 30, 2010.

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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