- 4 weeks ago
Yes, you can, but depends on which place you are preferring to visit.
- 4 weeks ago
It depends on the time and places you want to visti.
- Rona LachatLv 71 month ago
Depends where on the planet you are.
There is no site that offers all of the cheapest flights that exist.
Some Airlines do not list their fares on any sites and you have to look them up individually. Not very difficult as there are not very many Airlines with flights from A to B.
HINT there are only a few low cost Airlines in each part of the world.
Up to you to search out any reasonable connections for a long cheap journey.
Up to you to look for cheap flights. The big sites look for the fastest connections not every possible one that might take a few more hours but is cheaper.
MOST that travel need something past the arrivals luggage pick up .Maybe a ride to a Hotel . Travel Agents help with arranging a package of stuff the flight being just one part of the day.
Easy to Google " cheap airline fares".
If the fare sounds too cheap suggest you read the details BEFORE you purchase.
- potatochipLv 71 month ago
You can start off with an airline consolidator website such as http://www.kayak.com or check out http://www.orbitz.com. Then you should visit the individual airlines' website as sometimes they have fare sales that the other travel websites don't have. Also know that some airlines such as Southwest do not allow you to buy tickets anywhere other than their own website. Be flexible with your dates of travel as changing your departure date by a day or so can mean an increase in savings. They say you should consider flying on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday for cheaper tickets. Avoid Sunday, Monday and Friday as they usually are more expensive days to fly.
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- sunshine_melLv 71 month ago
Try SkyScanner .
- conley39Lv 71 month ago
On one of the budget airlines sites like Spirit.
- MSLv 71 month ago
There are no secret cheap airline ticket websites. The price for the same flight will be the same no matter where you look; if it's not, then you should be suspicious.
The best way to get a good fare is to book in advance (6-10 weeks for domestic flights, at least 3-4 months for international), be flexible with your travel dates, and be flexible with your specific airports (if possible).
I usually look on Kayak to compare fares and then book the one that is best for me directly wtih the airline. Booking with the airline is always best. Some of the discount carriers don't advertise their fares on sites like Kayak, so check their websites too; just be aware of extra fees.
- HerfnerdLv 71 month ago
Any site - any site at all
Airlines do not allow anyone - travel agents, consolidators, online sites etc to discount published airfare. The price for any flight/itinerary you find one site will be exactly the same on every site including the airline's own website. The only caveat is that there may be some sites that will add their own fees, raising the fare.
- 1 month ago
Bettertravelagency.com is a free travel booking adviser that compares millions of cheap flights, hotels, car hires, airport taxis, trains, and also provides travel-related information, such as tours, trips, tickets, city cards, travel products, and more. They will provide you with the best price for flights, tours, and accommodation with no charges.