Posts written by: Matt Ring
When winter hits us here in the U.S., South America will be in the heart of summer making it a great time to head south of the equator. This week has been filled with great international finds, in addition to our standard hearty helping of domestic deals.
There seems to be a “day” for everything — National Punctuation Day or National Weatherperson’s Day — but it’s National Aviation Day (August 19) that I hold dearest to my heart. In case it isn’t obvious from our domain name, we practically live and breathe airfare at Fly.com. Now, combine [...]
As I wrote this, I came to the sad realization that if you are trying to book a summer flight, you are likely out of luck. Generally, airfare sales have a 14 or 21-day advance purchase requirement, that means any sale launched this week offers discounted travel starting at August [...]
El Al has finally made it official that they will honor all the amazing fares ticketed on Monday to Tel Aviv. By now, news has spread that a mistake by a third-party contractor (at least according to El Al) improperly filed fares Monday morning, leading to savvy travelers snatching up [...]
Missed out on nabbing an Israel flight for 75% less than regular pricing? No worries because there are a ton of domestic sales in the market. These flights are only available for a limited time, not a few hours like the Israel fare, but they must be booked by Thursday.
This morning, we issued a press release announcing the most searched destinations for the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend.
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The story this week is quite simple, flights to New York City, Cancun and Cabo are all on sale. Take a break from watching swimming, gymnastics or badminton to check out our hand-chosen flight deals this week.
This week marks a shift in the trends we’ve been seeing all summer long: shorter domestic flights are no longer the best bargain. Now, top destinations like Hawaii and Europe are starting to become more affordable.
Major airlines have cut Europe fares by 20% or more for fall travel. Late Tuesday afternoon, Europe flights were nearly $1,000 from top East Coast cities, but by Wednesday morning these fares dropped.
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