Since it has been a year, we will be starting to write new reviews about the travel sites we once wrote about last year, just to give you a heads up of the current status or changes of a particular online travel agency. Things can change in a span of a year, that’s why we decided on re-writing some of the written travel search engines and give you the freshest feedback for 2016.

In this review, we will be re-talking about Flight Centre.

Flight Centre Reviews 2016
Flight Centre Reviews 2016-offices
The largest retailer of travel in Australia traces its roots back to 1981 when it was established by Mr. Graham “Skroo” Turner, following the success of his Topdeck (another tour operator travel company). The first office of Flight Centre opened on 1982 in Sydney and in 1988 for Melbourne and Brisbane. Now, Flight Centre has almost 700 Flight Centre-branded shopfronts across Australia.

Turner had stooped down as CEO in 2002 but resumed the role in 2005. So, Graham Turner is still the current chief executive of Flight Centre.

Following the continuous growth of the Australian travel site in 2004, Flight Centre acquired a state-of-the-art online booking system as part of its purchase of website, enhancing the booking capabilities of its popular Australian website.

How does Flight Centre work?
On Flight Centre customers can search and book for flights, holidays, hotels, car hire, cruises, travel insurance, coach tours, visas, traveller’s cheques and even redemption of frequent flyer rewards.
Flight Centre Reviews 2016-page
Wherein their customer service team is operating 24 hours to provide assistance to in unforeseen situations. Flight Centre also has a blog that let’s travellers to be inspired to other places they might want to visit in the future.

Flight Centre Reviews 2016 from Consumers
As their company slogan say “Unbeatable”, we are not actually quite sure if this pertains to the positive or negative aspect. Flight Centre reviews 2016 show that the Australian travel site is a total fraud. It’s not even close compared to Expedia’s, FlightHub’s and Hipmunk’s credibility. In this review, we tried looking for the Flight Centre reviews 2016 for reference. And we are appalled to see the results.

According to ProductReview, Flight Centre garnered an overall rating score of 1/5 based on 634 Flight Centre reviews 2016. The most recent feedback was posted today and he said:

“Went to Flight Centre with what I thought was an easy request – family holiday to Koh Samui in July , told the consultant the area and dates we wished to go , also said we wished to book ASAP . The consultant took all my contact details down in his little book and said he would confirm quote later that day . Guess what – we never heard another word. Terrible service – will never go back”

To see more of these stories and Flight Centre reviews 2016, click here.
How To Reach Them?

  • Website URL:         
  • Contact Number:             1 877 967 5302
  • Head Office Address:       Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Well I guess it’s answered. Unbeatable in providing false services and not really cheap fares to customers. We think it’s better to book with other trusted online travel agencies than with Flight Centre. Why? It won’t make things easy and they will not give you the cheaper alternative.

Feel free to leave a comment below.



  1. Booked a return trip from the Philippines for my wife, was advised by the booking agent at Coffs Harbour that if I cancelled the return flight I would forfeit $300 of the return flight value, we cancelled the return flight and was informed that the total amount of the ticket would be forfeited, I have spent over $10,000 with flight centre over the last few months only to be given misinformation, strange way to treat a customer Flight Centre

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