Cheap flights are hard to find, but discounted Travel is available to all, if you know where and when to look.
There is one specific time of the week that is best to find the sales, according to one expert.
If you are looking to buy flights, 3pm on a Tuesday is the time to do it.
This is because these by this time most big airlines will have adjusted their prices to compete with new offers from budget airlines.
Rick Seany from FareCompare.com told ABC News: “Usually, when an airline wants to launch a sale, it will do so late Monday.
“When the other airlines see this, they immediately go into competitive mode, and begin lowering their own prices to match the first one’s sale.”
However, they don’t lower their prices at once, and you might have to wait a little longer for your favourite airline to adjust theirs.
Mr Seany said: All the airlines that plan to join in on this ‘matching’ will have completed the process by early Tuesday afternoon, so by 3pm, shoppers will have the most “good prices” to choose from.”
These sales usually last a few days. Savvy airlines will up their prices when they can, so book fast to benefit as deals don’t last long.
Hand luggage rules are puzzling many passengers as airlines change the restrictions on what Travels may take onboard.
Now a new fine could be issued with passengers try to take their luggage off the flight in the case of an emergency.
The Association of Flight Attendants has suggested issuing a fine of $250,000 (£178,910) if travellers do this.
The world’s most punctual airlines have been revealed recently, but only one British airline made the top 20.
A recent ‘on-time performance’ (OTP) report conducted by travel intelligence firm OAG has revealed the world’s most punctual airlines by breaking down a whopping 57 million flight records from 2017.
To be considered ‘on-time’, a flight must arrive or depart within 14 minutes and 59 seconds of their scheduled times. Cancellations have also been included.
Revealing the results, the world’s most punctual airline might be surprising to many.
Source : EXPRESS