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Zuji HK - Shut Down 11/1/2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by kittykaitak
    Out of interest, what other travel websites are worth looking at? I usually just see what pops up from a google search and then go direct to the airline websites.
    Skyscanner for flight comparisons. I've heard people use Kayak, too, but can't vouch for them
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    Quote Originally Posted by irisboards
    Skyscanner for flight comparisons.
    Skyscanner also to see what airlines do what route. After that I usually book with airlines directly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irisboards
    Skyscanner for flight comparisons. I've heard people use Kayak, too, but can't vouch for them
    Skyscanner gives you more search options ( parameters which you can set ) than Kayak,
    e.g. from China ( any airport ) to everywhere in the world

    I have good experience booking with Expedia , sometimes much more convenient than booking through the airlines website
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    Happy with Kayak but it seems to be very US-centric- so good if you are flying to/from the US.

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    I use Momondo if I want a multi-cabin itinerary. Skyscanner is OK but some of the fare providers are dodgy, which is frustrating when something looks cheap but actually isn't if bought off a more reputable site.

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    Missed this one over the weekend.

    R.I.P. Zuji ...

    The Commerce and Economic Development Bureau confirmed that the company’s licence expired last Wednesday and the company had not sought a renewal.

    “Zuji is no longer a licensed travel agent and cannot continue to operate travel agent business in Hong Kong, but the company has the responsibility to properly handle all booked travel services,” a government spokeswoman said.
    https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/...agent-zuji-now
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