We make it easy to find the cheapest airfares online

Booking your air travel is not easy and can be quite confusing, as you are searching through hundreds of cheap flight offers thrown at your feet by the multitude of airlines and agencies competing for your wallet. You’re often left with the feeling that there may have been a cheaper way to get from point A to point B. Well, we have been there ourselves and we had our own troublesome experiences with choosing the right travel deal, so we decided to make things a bit easier for ourselves and also for you: we developed a meta search engine which sole purpose is to find the best, cheapest flights around!

Please note, we are not a travel agency, so you won’t be able to book flights directly with us, but what you can do is find the airline tickets best suited for your needs and budget, with the help of our search tool on the top with domestic airfares or international flights.

How to get the best airfares

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If you have the opportunity, try to book a flight two or three months in advance. Airline tickets tend to go up rapidly during the last month.

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Often airline tickets are sold off at rock bottom prices when airline companies are not able to fill a particular flight.

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If you don’t have specific travel dates you should check multiple date combinations, especially weekday flights can be much cheaper.

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This may seem silly, but because fares change so rapidly, you often find the airfare rates gone when checking the same flight only hours later.

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Especially discount airlines often service smaller airports, so this can make a big difference.

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For non-domestic flights it is the best to book three months prior to your flight date, but at least 21 days earlier. Prices for international tickets may rise fast after that.

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