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HTML scrapping using PHP

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Project Description

Develop an PHP code that scraps data from HTML code from an airline company, showing in a structured table the flights available, times and prices in money and in Fidelity Points).
The code has to be able to identify flights from and to any of the cities, one way or roundtrip, flights on different dates, with different number of flights available, with or without stopovers, with tickets already sold out, etc. In fact, it has to be able to give a response, no matter how the flight options are showed in the website.
The next websites are some examples of 1 roundtrip and 1 "one way" trip that should have a response on the website. For each trip we will always have 2 websites, one for Money payments and one for payments using Client Points.
Please analyse the codes of the websites below before sending an offer. Some people have already tried it without success.

Let's see an example of websites for ROUNDTRIP:

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Attached you will find 3 files for reference:
- [url removed, login to view] - html code of a roundtrip with money payments
- [url removed, login to view] - html code of the same roundtrip with points payments
- Response [url removed, login to view] - table that the code should be able to generate after analysing the above codes.

Important to remember that this is for reference, and that the code should work with any combination possible in the website.
The code should be developed in a way to give fast responses, always less than 5s.

This is to be used in a comparison prices site.

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