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Connecting flights and transfer points can be a nuisance for many travelers. They are, however, an essential reality in the world of air travel. When you are looking for the cheapest airline tickets to Europe, you may have to endure at least one connecting flight. While some European destinations do have direct flights from the US, others, however, may require one or more connecting points, especially if you are looking for lower cost flight tickets Continue Reading →
Most of us, travelers, always want to know how to find cheap domestic or discount international airline travel tickets and how to make sure that we get the best travel deal. The reality is – some things remain the same, while others change constantly, and the only way you can stay on the top of that is travel a lot (experience is gold) and gather the latest information before you travel.
Here are a few airline travel tips that are currently hot and that will help you find the best deals out there.
Be FLEXIBLE on travel dates and Continue Reading →
Whether you’re headed just for a short trip by car, flying to a different state, or traveling oversees, this will help pack all the essentials you might need and not to forget things.
Print it out, Pack it in, and Check it off the list!
For some of us it may be very easy to make changes while others would not know where to start. You can change a ticket yourself by calling an airline directly or ask an agent who issued a ticket help you on that.
In most cases you need to contact the ticket issuer – your travel agency or an airline. Usually the airline will not talk to you and refer you back to the agency if a travel agency issued your ticket, unless you want to change the return trip and you have already flown a portion of your trip. Read more under “Travel Date Change” below. Continue Reading →