The Fare Finder Map

The ultimate inspirational tool to help travelers plan their trip

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Integrate Travel Requirements

Include travel requirements in the Fare Finder Map to help travelers plan their trip safely and confidently.

Travel requirements and restrictions due to COVID-19 continue to change and can cause confusion for travelers when planning their trip. By integrating up-to-date travel requirements you can ensure your customers have the latest information they need to book their trip.

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Advanced Filtering Options & Fares in Miles / Points

Enrich the traveler’s experience with a wide variety of premium filters, such as Travel Interests, Travel Classes, Number of Stops, Flight Type, and Date Range.

Travel interests can range from Active & Outdoor to Family Fun or Romance. Travelers can select any number of travel interests to better filter their destination options.

Adding the Travel Class filter enables travelers to instantly compare prices for any available cabin class and choose to upgrade their experience to Business or First with a simple click.

Airlines can also choose to display the fares in dollar values, or in Miles / Points to attract purchase from Loyalty Members.


Personalize Filters using the URL

Personalize content for each user based on variables in the URL of the page. Using the URL, the map can autofill for origin, destination, budget, number of passengers, travel dates, travel class, and more. This reduces the number of inputs for the customer, and provides them with a tailored experience.

Target specific users with links to page URLs based on their origin: “Deals from Miami”, or by Price Range & Date Range: “Weekend deals under $200” for your marketing campaigns.

Example: o is Origin (Miami) and b is Budget ($1000) in the URL and the Fare Finder Map automatically populates the correct information.

Showcase Your Route List

When there is no origin input available, the Fare Finder Map will display all destinations within your route network. This means that even before the traveler begins their search, they see the coverage of your network and can get an idea of the options for their trip. 

Select Map Mode

Choose to display the Fare Finder Map in the Standard, Light or Dark mode to best suit your brand. 

Choose a Fare Tool-tip Size

Maximize the user experience by choosing either large or small tool-tip options to better fit your needs. Choose the large size to include both the destination and fare within the tool-tip. Choose the small size to avoid overcrowding on the map and only display the destination when the user clicks the tool-tip.

Highlight a Target Region

Choose to focus the map on a given region to support marketing campaign efforts and tailor the experience to the page context. For example, if you want to promote destinations in North America you can adjust the map to display that region’s low fares from the user’s origin airport.

You can choose between two options:

1. Display the focus region as default when the page first loads, then after the user inputs their origin center the map around the origin airport.

2. Display the focus region as default with the page first loads, then keep the focus region centered after the origin airport is added.

Cluster Nearby Locations

Optimize page real estate by grouping destinations in dense areas to prevent the map from becoming cluttered. Users can click the number on the cluster to see what destinations are within the grouping.

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