Book flights well ahead of time. Arranging early gives you more options so you can avoid unneccessarily long routes or inconvenient layovers.
You can book upgrades for individual flights en route. Consider splurging on extra legroom or premium seating for the lengthiest ﬂights on your itinerary.
Book on quality airlines. Long-haul price quotes can seem a bit scary. However, consider ﬂights as by-the-hour experiences. Suddenly an extra, say, $150 becomes an extra $6 per hour for a more comfortable plane with stellar entertainment and nicer food — That can really be worth it.
Ask your consultant about alternative transfer points. You needn’t transfer in the same airport departing as you do returning. Emirates, for example, oﬀers transfers in Bali as well as their hub in Dubai — sneak in some cheeky sunshine
on the way home!
Consultants can save you heaps. Our experts know which European airports charge higher taxes (hidden bundled in your ticket price) and can select the best routes to avoid them.
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