Purchasing an international flight can be daunting even for the experienced traveler. The good news is that there are many resources available to help guide you and your student through the process.
The good news is that there are many resources available to help guide you and your student through the process.
- Conventional wisdom holds that airfares are typically cheapest if purchased on a Tuesday or Wednesday as that is when most airlines release fare sales and promotions.
- You can track airfare projections for your preferred route using sites such as Skiplagged.com, Hipmunk.com, Justfly.com, and Kayak.com.
- Once you’ve narrowed down the flight you want you can often save money and earn full frequent flyer miles by booking directly on the airline’s website.
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