Opodo

Opodo is like Orbitz an Internet travel agency. It is a pan-European enterprise, owned by a consortium of European airlines, including British Airways, Air France, Alitalia, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, Austrian Airlines and Finnair. The travel technology provider Amadeus is a majority shareholder. Opodo offers a full worldwide range of travel products including flights (from more than 500 scheduled and low cost airlines), package holidays, dynamic packaging, city-breaks, hotels, car rental, event tickets, excursions, ski holidays, cottages, holiday rentals, and cruises.

Opodo operates out of nine European countries. For United Kingdom customers see http://www.opodo.co.uk, for German customers see http://www.opodo.de, for French customers see http://www.opodo.fr, for Italian customers see http://www.opodo.it Spanish customers should visit: http://www.opodo.es. Opodo also runs other successful online travel businesses such as Travellink in the Nordic region (Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finaland) - see http://www.travellink.no, http://www.travellink.se, http://www.travellink.dk, http://www.travellink.fi, and in France Karavel at http://www.karavel.fr and http://www.promovacances.fr and http://www.vivacances.fr as well as a tour operator offering tailor-made deals to Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, South Africa, America, and the Far East from the UK at http://www.questtravel.co.uk

The name "opodo" is an ambigram, with rotational symmetry.


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The name "opodo" is an ambigram, with rotational symmetry. See also: List of Norwegian newspapers. Opodo also runs other successful online travel businesses such as Travellink in the Nordic region (Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finaland) - see http://www.travellink.no, http://www.travellink.se, http://www.travellink.dk, http://www.travellink.fi, and in France Karavel at http://www.karavel.fr and http://www.promovacances.fr and http://www.vivacances.fr as well as a tour operator offering tailor-made deals to Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, South Africa, America, and the Far East from the UK at http://www.questtravel.co.uk. The online edition is owned by the company DB Medialab AS, who also owns half of the Norwegian internet portal site and ISP start.no. For United Kingdom customers see http://www.opodo.co.uk, for German customers see http://www.opodo.de, for French customers see http://www.opodo.fr, for Italian customers see http://www.opodo.it Spanish customers should visit: http://www.opodo.es. By October 2005 it had 1.27 million weekly unique visitors and 83.3 million weekly page impressions [1]. Opodo operates out of nine European countries. The paper went online 8 March 1995, and is the oldest one still alive in Norway.

Opodo offers a full worldwide range of travel products including flights (from more than 500 scheduled and low cost airlines), package holidays, dynamic packaging, city-breaks, hotels, car rental, event tickets, excursions, ski holidays, cottages, holiday rentals, and cruises. Dagbladet also runs one of Norway's largest websites, being slightly smaller than its main rival, Verdens Gang. The travel technology provider Amadeus is a majority shareholder. The magazine has a reader coverage of approximately 26% of the adult population of Norway. It is a pan-European enterprise, owned by a consortium of European airlines, including British Airways, Air France, Alitalia, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus, Austrian Airlines and Finnair. Over the past few years Dagbladet has had success with Magasinet as part of the Saturday edition. Opodo is like Orbitz an Internet travel agency. In 1990, the newspaper was the first in Norway to publish a Sunday edition in more than 70 years, and it was also the first of the major Norwegian newspapers with its own Internet web site in 1995.

For a number of years Dagbladet has had a leading role within development of new editorial products in Norway. Dagbladet is published seven days a week, and includes an additional feature magazine, Magasinet, every Saturday. The word "Dagbladet" literally means "The daily paper". The newspaper was founded in 1869, and its format was changed to tabloid in 1983.

Dagbladet is Norway's third largest newspaper with a circulation of 191,164 copies in 2002.

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