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Low Cost Routes

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On our main purpose is to provide you with the full list of low cost flights offered by cheap airlines. We aim to give you the best information and to keep you up to date with all the new flights and new destinations. We search for your flight on the websites of all the low cost airlines, we sort and filter the results and we only offer you the relevant low cost flights. That’s why you will always be sure to find the cheapest flight available on


How to book a low cost flight?

Step 1: Use the search form above to find out which cheap airlines offer low cost flights from the airport nearest to you to your desired destination.
Step 2: Check the full list of low cost airlines that fly on your desired route.
Step 3: Book your flight with just one click, directly on the cheap airline’s website.
The largest cheap airline companies are: RyanairEasyJetairBerlinTUIflyair arabiaThomsonfly in Europe and Southwest Airlines and JetBlue in USA. Each of these airlines operates cheap flights on more than 1000 low cost routes. You can also check the full list of cheap airlines that offer low cost flights worldwide.

Which is the cheapest flight?

The cheapest flight you can find online is the one you book directly on the website of the airline without paying any travel agent’s booking fees and surcharges. You only pay for the low cost flight you need and nothing else. That’s why we don’t charge anything for the service we offer. We just direct you to the website of the low cost airline so that you can book the discounted flight tickets using the airline’s secure payment form.
Interested in flying to the UKGermanyFranceItaly or the USA? Would you like to visit SpainCyprusGreeceTurkeyIndia or Romania? We offer hundreds of low cost flights to each of these destinations! For other countries check the full list of flights here.

Take a look at low cost routes blog from everywhere to everywhere!




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November 18, 2018 at 9:55 pm

My son, my sun.

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My eternal inspiration. And Caruso of course.

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October 19, 2016 at 11:27 am

Google webmaster tools

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May 5, 2013 at 6:13 pm

Do cool things that matter

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Go inside your favorite places and explore new ones like never before. Google Business Photos uses Street View technology to provide 360-degree, interactive tours of businesses so you can check them out before you go. Learn more


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October 21, 2012 at 10:21 am

Special Investigation – Pour tout l’or de Colombie – Roméo Langlois

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Por todo el oro de Colombia, por Roméo Langlois

El francés Roméo Langlois, herido durante un combate en el Caquetá mientras acompañaba al Ejército y que tiene secuestrado las Farc, no es un periodista de escritorio. Es todo lo contrario. En Febrero de este año publicó para la cadena francesa de televisión Canal + un documental llamado ‘Por todo el oro de Colombia’ (Pour tout l’or de Colombie) sobre la minería de oro en Colombia: la de gran escala realizada por la multinacional Gran Colombia Gold, la minería informal realizada por pequeños mineros, y la ilegal de la que se financian grupos armados como las Farc o las nuevas bandas paramilitares.

Este es el documental de Langlois, que muestra el tipo de periodista que es.


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May 30, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Think Inside the Circle

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Economic times are tough, but Scottish business visionary Shona Campbell has an answer,a truly revolutionary business manifesto, TITC, that will delight anyone who has spent time in an office.

Circularity Thinking

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April 18, 2012 at 11:48 am

Kevin and the extraordinary life of Rocky

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Rocky grows up surrounded by death: everyone around him dies in a freak accident and each time he is at the center of it all. A modern tale about  a lot of bad luck and a tiny bit of bliss.

The extraordinary life or Rocky is the most recent work of Belgian filmmaker Kevin Meul.

Meul gaduated from Sint-Lukas Filmschool in Brussels in 2003. Since he has been active in the film industry mainly as a write and/or director of short films, music videos and commercials.

Alexander: After your premier at In the Palace 9th International Short Film Festival in Balchik ( Bulgaria) a lot is coming up for Rocky. For those who don’t know you yet, who is Kevin Meul and what is he working on?

Kevin: My name is Kevin Meul, writer/director based in Belgium. Since I graduated film school seven years ago, I mainly focus on directing music videos and commercials, you can check out a fine selection on my website All of these projects are the perfect practice, and they serve only one goal: to create my own feature film one day. But one step at a time so now I concentrate on short films. ‘The extraordinary life of Rocky’ is my debut, it’s a black comedy, a modern fairytale about a boy, Rocky, that seems to be born on the wrong side of luck. The film is released in december 2010. In the near future I’m planning to shoot another short film, and off course, my feature film, of which I currently develop the script in Binger writers lab in Amsterdam.

A: Where does the inspiration for your short come from?  What inspires you? In the process of making a short film, what are the most important things you should consider?

K: As every script I like, or every book I love, I feel like a writer should tell something very personal. Even though my film is a comedy, and the setting is a bit ‘larger than life’, I certainly specify on a very personal subject. No, it’s not an autobiography, Rocky is more like an alter-ego. Because I experienced good friends and family dying way to early, I needed to put those sad and helpless feelings into a story. Maybe it’s my way to deal with the sometimes cruel reality: making fun out of it, trying to find a positive vibe even when the misery seems huge and overwhelming. But off course, finding the subject is one part of scriptwriting, I still had to create a main character who could tell my story. So one day during research, using the internet, suddenly I felt attracted to this one weird photo, a random family picture (I found it on one of my favourite sites On this picture everyone posed with a big smile, the perfect family, except for one boy: he looked sad and angry, and this is the moment my idea became concrete. This boy turned into my main character, my ‘Rocky’.

A: Was it hard to produce your film? what was the most challenging aspect of the whole process?

K: I can’t descibe how hard and difficult it was to produce this film. It took me several years of fighting, struggling and suffering. My film tells the story of someone who attracts bad luck, sometimes I felt the project itself was a magnet for misery. Luckely I was very stuborn, I knew I had something original and meaningful to tell, so I coped with all of the practical problems. This story needed many actors, locations, styling, art decoration etc… in other words it was a very expensive project, and producers are not very willing to take any finacial risks these days –understandable, but this didn’t help my case. In fact, if I wouldn’t have found Visualantics and Steven Dhoedt, who were crazy enough to produce my film, I’m not sure if Rocky would excist today. I can’t be grateful enough for this, and I advise future filmmakers to never give up, fight for what you believe in, work your butt off and good things will happen one day.

A: The good, the bad and the ugly of making your own films? What is your experience in the festival circuit?some secrets you would like to share?

K: Since ‘Rocky’ is my debut short I’m not very experienced, but even though my filmfestival history is rather modest, I can only be totally enthusiastic about it! My film won 2 awards in Belgium, and now we’re starting an international carreer with great suxes: screenings in USA, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Germany and many more. Mainly I choose to go to the festivals to have fun, I guess it’s the closest a filmmaker will get to being a rockstar: people pick you up from the airport, pay your costs, hotel, food, drinks, organise parties… In other words it’s major fun. Meeting directors, producers, writers… excites and inspires me. And off course, while having such a great time, networking is easy: you’ll meet amazing people that will be very useful in your future carreer. I would advice filmmakers to go to as many festivals as possible, that way we’ll meet eachother for sure one day!

By the way, if anyone is interested in following Rocky on facebook, with daily updates about festivals, awards etc… you can find him if you look for ‘Rocky De Vlaeminck’.

 Add Rocky as your friend because he’s very lonely!

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September 28, 2011 at 8:55 am

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