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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 →
So you are in the market for cheap airline tickets to Europe or other continent when you need to take a transoceanic flight, but not sure where to start and how to find the best travel deals. This might be the first flight ever that may take 10 or more hours, so you not only need to know how to find the best airfare deals, but also might need some tips on what you need to know before, during or after your trip 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.
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You can book seats on the plane either when you make a flight reservation, after you purchase a ticket, or when you check in at the airport. Either way it is fine as long as you get the seats you want.
Here are the most common travel mistakes or myths among travelers.
This used to be true, but nowadays this truth fades away. You may get some good discounts booking your travel the last minute, but you have to be flexible on travel dates or travel destination because of availability and destination popularity. Never wait until the last minute when booking travel for holidays. This is the busiest travel time (including Fridays during summer months) when flights and hotels get booked the most.
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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!
In order to find the best flight fares and schedules you need to know WHEN and WHERE to look and HOW to search. Yes, it is that easy, and all you need to know is several tricks.
First of all, do you need a domestic or an international travel ticket?
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Did you know that all airlines overbook flights by at least 10%?
Yes, this is true. This happens because airlines want to protect themselves in the case of cancellations and no-shows. There will always be people not showing up for their flights or those who need to cancel a trip at the last minute. If airlines do nothing, there will be many empty seats on planes and airlines might not be able to fill those up the last minute. Therefore, airlines sell more tickets than there are seats on the plane.
E-ticket is an electronic form of a paper ticket. Flight reservation is made as usual, but an agent issues an electronic equivalent of the traditional paper ticket. The flight information is not printed on the ticket, but it saved in the airline’ reservation system. Usually, a passenger receives a booking confirmation number (#9 on the paper ticket below) and itinerary showing the flight(s) details and/or e-ticket passenger receipt. Also, check out a sample e-ticket receipt coupon and receipt with itinerary in the picture. There is basically no much difference between the e-ticket receipt coupon and the traditional paper ticket receipt. Continue Reading →