Steven Frischling of The Travel Strategist hopes to launch TweetAFlight in the next few months. It’s aimed at giving you the best chance of taking advantage of Twitter deals on airfares — before you can become distracted while you follow the ad link to a Web page.
Optimistic startup proposes to make airfare purchase easier than ever. But how will all the fine print and ancillary fees fit in 140 characters?
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