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What is the best site to use when looking for international airline tickets?
Have you tried Kayak? It's fairly decent. However, you may be better off looking at region-specific websites to compare prices.
Delta.com. They fly most of the international routes, so why not go to the source. The misconception is that it's more expensive to buy direct from the airline, but I've found it to be the opposite.
Thanks for your input! I'm definitely going to check these out!
There are many online travel portal where you can find exciting deals to book cheap air tickets. Some websites are Globester.com, Makemytrip.com, Kayak.com, Yatra.com, expedia.com, ebookers.com and many more.
I often browse the internet but for intetrnational flights I book through and agent.
The Flight Centre agent will undercut the best flight deal you find on the internet by $1.
Plus if there are any problems with flights while travelling abroad I can always ring the agent to fix it if I book through an agency.
I understand that if you book via the net and flights don't connect you have to pay for a new flight plus there is often no one representing the company you booked your flight to - no phone contact and no office at major airpports.
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