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  • ClickTwo Travel integrates booking with browsing
  • ClickTwo Travel integrates booking with browsing
    Moyan Brenn (2015) ©
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ClickTwo Travel integrates booking with browsing

You're daydreaming about your next holiday and browsing Pinterest boards. You double click on the word ‘Paris’ and Momondo's new Chrome extension – ClickTwo Travel – pops open a window with a flight cost. Before you know it, you’ll be grabbing your passport and suitcase.

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