"The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. " ~ St. Augustine
Frustrated that you could never get to those unbelieveable low airfares advertized by the airlines? You are not alone.
Michelle Higgins's recent article in the New York Times "If It’s Good, Is It Too Good to Be True?" explains why.
The real bonus of the article is its tips on great websites that help consumers navigate through the maze of advertized come-ons and "special fares". She especially likes Airfarewatchdog.com which scours the Internet for the best bargains; FareCompare.com shows the lowest prices offered by month for the next 11 months between 77,000 North American and 200,000 international cities; and Farecast.com which predicts domestic ticket prices for air travelers. Happy Clicking.