One-stop-shop travel app Flytinary launches

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UK: London-based startup Flytinary, available on iOS and Android, uses algorithms to find cheap flights and accommodation as well as experiences and coworking spaces.

The app, designed as a one-stop-shop travel platform, helps users research and book their entire trip. Accommodation can be booked via ties with Booking.com, Hosterlworld and Airbnb, including experiences in association with Tripadvisor. A co-working space finder is also available.

Flytinary is free to use, however Prime users (who pay £350 annual membership) have access to deals that offer greater savings. Flytinary is currently offering a joining fee of £35 for the first year using code FLY90.

Examples of deals, which change daily, include:

• Santorini, Greece - £44 return in June with EasyJet, with accommodation from £113 per hotel night

• Cancun, Mexico - £320 return with TAP Air Portugal

• European trips - £30 for a weekend break

Additional information is provided on the app, such as the type of plug guests’ require for their destination and the best places to change money. Offline maps as well as local taxi apps are available, and travel insurance can also be arranged in app too.

Founder of Flytinary, Prince Rauf, said: “We can save users over £500 on bookings, not to mention the hours saved in researching and planning their trip on multiple platforms. Think of Flytinary as a travel concierge that acts like the lovechild of Tinder for holidays (using our swipe for your next trip tool) and the Wikipedia of destinations. We do all the legwork especially if you are on a specific budget. We cherry pick the best accommodation, so you don’t have to trawl through it.”

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