FareCompare is one of the fastest growing travel-planning websites. Developed by airline industry insiders, the website is powered by the FareCompare proprietary database of current and historical airline ticket prices. The site offers flyers the best travel deals and accurate airfare advice.
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How to Avoid Two New (and Vexing) Travel Fees
Airlines such as Frontier that impose this fee sometimes charge different rates for different seats, asking premium prices for seats near the front of the plane, and less for those hated middle seats near the restrooms, for example. Indeed, FareCompare.com’s airline fee chart shows “preferred/advanced seating” levies ranging from $1 to $199.
5 tips to save money on flight and hotel bookings when you travel
Check the price of your intended flight about four months before your intended departure date, using price comparison sites such as Skyscanner and Farecompare.