An airplane ticket for $5 seems to be nonsense...but not when you know how to search.
WeGoRo brings you many wonderful ways to find the cheapest option for your flight.
No price calculator is perfect, and sometimes they malfunction. This usually happens with complex flights, but you can be lucky enough to have an error with a simple one too.
It’s not a law by any means — more of a chance. It’s almost impossible to buy a ticket to the city you need with the help of a system error, yet a spontaneous vacation is quite another thing.
secretflying.com posts a selection of fresh errors daily. Better follow it on Facebook and Twitter to always stay updated.
holidaypirates.com has an alert system for holiday and weekend deals as well as for a particular airport of departure.
Check the same flight the next morning after you’ve booked it as search engines often set filters to default and may suggest cheaper options. If the price is cheaper, you can cancel your booking and re-purchase your ticket, paying a small fee or skipping it altogether depending on the airline and booking platform. Yapta.com will help you track prices for a particular flight and change tickets if you need it.
Otherwise called low-cost carriers, and their policy is the best price you can get.
How to use all low-cost airlines’ features using Ryanair as an example:
This one is well known to experienced travelers: they hide their destination in the middle of the route.
If you need to get to Istanbul, don’t rush to book a direct flight. Sometimes, a flight to Rome with a transfer at Istanbul may be much cheaper.
Their job is simple: to analyze the prices among hundreds of airlines for the route you need, as well as sort them by set parameters: price, date, time of flight, number of stops, etc.
Here is the list of the most popular ones: