HitchHiker Flight API Search Results & Alternatives
To access the API you must pass your token in the X-Access-Token header or in the token parameter. To obtain a token for the Data Access API, go to http://www.travelpayouts.com/developers/api. Dates are accepted in the formats YYYY-MM and YYYY-MM-DD. Dates and times are given in UTC, formatted according to ISO 8601. Prices are given in rubles as of when the ticket is put in the search results. It is not recommended to use expired prices (the approximate expiration date is given in the value of the expires_at parameter). Important. We strongly urge receiving data in compressed GZIP format, which saves a significant amount of time in receiving the response. To get data in compressed form, send the header Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate.
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Hitchhiking (also known as thumbing or hitching) is a means of transportation that is gained by asking individuals, usually strangers, for a ride in their automobile or other vehicle. A ride is usually, but not always, free. Itinerants have also used hitchhiking as a primary mode of travel for the better part of the last century, and continue to do so today. Hitchhikers use a variety of signals to indicate they need a ride. In the United States, for example, some local governments have laws outlawing hitchhiking, on the basis of drivers' and hitchhikers' safety. Examples include the annual Hitchgathering, an event organized by hitchhikers, for hitchhikers, and websites such as hitchwiki and hitchbase, which are platforms for hitchhikers to share tips and provide a way of looking up good hitchhiking spots around the world. Warnings of the potential dangers of picking up hitchhikers were publicized to drivers, who were advised that some hitchhikers would rob drivers and, in some cases, sexually assault or murder them.