Search for flight, hotel, and rental car reservations on several travel search engines, such as: SideStep.com, Travelocity.com, and Hotwire.com. There are several ways to use the Travel Agent Zimlet:
|Rating||( 4 ratings )|
|Categories||Business , Contacts , Fun|
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By: sathane on on 7/1/15 for version 2.05
Looks great! When you drag the contact to the Zimlet the popup arrives with the closest (I assume) airport to the location and looks ready to rock - then you clikc the buttons to search from the three choices available...Regardless of which option is chosen, you get nothing. It forwards you to a website (myplanner.org) which has been allowed to lapse, as indicated by the 'Network Solutions' warning at the top of the page:"myplanner.org expired on 12/22/2010 and is pending renewal or deletion."
By: fmotta on on 7/16/13 for version 2.05
Installed (will uninstall). Selected a flight search and then clicked a search provider and then went to a website (with 2 opened tabs) that did not offer searches.
By: billinvegas on on 6/16/11 for version 2.05
I was actually hoping that the service (myplanner.org) would have renewed their domain / website, but apparently not. Basically still a dead zimlet.Perhaps someone can modify it for use with the other travel search engines?It sounds like a useful tool to have.
By: Beach Spa Resorts on on 11/18/10 for version 2.05
This travel portal or booking engine for hotels, flights and cars is super user-friendly and though claiming they are a "great deal" has become so commonplace and cliche, but I actually went through and compared 3 hotels and 3 flights. The flights were as suspected pretty much even with tthe other mainstream travel companies. But the hotels actually were realizing a 12% savings amortized between all the bookings. The 2 priorities of a search engine is its ease and functionality and secondly if indeed it can save you money. It clearly has passed my rather critical nature, with flying colors. I give this a 5 star rating. In partnership with Expedia and Hotel.com I launched Beach Spa Resorts which only features beach resorts with in-house spa services. A highly specialized niche of luxury resorts, only found in coastal cities. The point I am going to get at is there was a time when finding an unbiased review was difficult as we were all competing. Happily I can say I have no vested interest in this "Travel Agent" yet solidly recommend it anyways. I am finally in a less competitve niche, therefore can make my peace with all the other on-line travel providers. So, without further ado, "download" away and happy travels!