Sunday, July 6, 2008

Your Airline Travel Butler


If you're feeling the pinch or squeeze from the economy and still want to enjoy a vacation and fly away and leave the routine behind, Blog Sisters shares the following list of Airline websites as references for planning your next trip. Businesses that depend on regular travel for training, negotiating and to seal the deal will also benefit from checking these sites for cost comparison. We haven't booked any flights through these websites, yet. If you do, return to this blog and please share your experience.


accessfares.com sells discount first-class and business-class tickets for international destinations on most major airlines.

airlinequality.com offers extensive airline reviews and ratings.
Expertflyer.com - Expertflyer will tell you how many seats on a particular flight can be bought with airline points. It also tells you which seats are available for standby passengers. This is very helpful is you're a business traveler and you need to take an earlier flight and you want to know what you chances are of getting on that flight.

flightstats.com - FlightStats will show you flight information, delays and weather at thousands of airport around the world. The information is up to date. This is the most thorough Web site that I have found for flight information.

low-cost-airline-guide.com searches fares on budget airlines in Britain and Europe.


kayak.com compares and displays prices from across the Web, often finding deals other travel sites don't have. Kayak.com coverage surpasses that of Travelocity and Expedia.

vayama.com lets you book international travel on flights originating in the U.S. Includes fares from discounters ranging from posh L'Avion to no-frills Ryanair. Book four days in advance.


wegolo.com finds deals on about 75 budget carriers to 700 destinations, combining different airlines' outbound and inbound flights to get the lowest price. Flights from 12 states.


yapta.com lets you "tag" prospective trips on domestic carriers and sends alerts when fares drop. The site tracks prices even after you've bought your ticket, so you can claim any refunds or credits. Talk about managing your finances. This one is a keeper! Keep in mind this is not a website but a downloadable program to assist your search.

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