Webjet launched new service – powered by .net

Webjet, an Australian online travel reseller, has launched their new ASP.NET powered site. Good to see some news coverage about the event.

Webjet casts travel .NET wider
Fleur Doidge

Melbourne online travel reseller Webjet has launched a $3.6 million .NET-based services platform which allows consumers and businesspeople alike to buy a total holiday package in one transaction.

David Clarke, MD at ASX-listed online travel services reseller Webjet, said the platform had gone live Thursday, 15 January, after more than a year of planning and development. [more]

Webjet portal arrives early
Daniel Winter, PC World

The Australia-based company Webjet launched a completely rebuilt version of its travel portal, Webjet.com.au on Monday. The new site is designed to provide users with maximum possible savings on flights and accommodation as well as improved flexibility and choice for their itinerary.

The site was built using microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2003, and took just 11 months to complete - on budget and ahead of schedule. The team of 11 people consisted of three microsoft and eight microsoft partner developers, working under the moniker of the microsoft Solutions Development Centre (SDC).  [more]

Comments (1)
  1. RR says:

    I find the new portal does the opposite–it is now impossible to search for a fare without a specific date, as before, making it more onerous to find the best fare for those who love to travel when a good fare is available. And I am still waiting for Webjet’s so-called online assistant to reply to my two queries, but I have already booked my two first-class tickets to Europe through an agency only too happy to answer my questions.

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