Posts written by: Matt Ring

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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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.

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This morning, we issued a press release announcing the most searched destinations for the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend.

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Find out how to contact the Fly.com staff.

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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.

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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.

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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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Having just booked a flight to San Francisco from New York City for $600+ this summer, I had been wondering how long it would be before an airline discounts this and other popular, coast-to-coast routes. My wish has finally been granted in the form of a 1-day (more like a [...]

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