I’m sure you will agree that for some people the air travel experience is all part of the adventure, but for others it can be a real hassle. If you are of the latter, then follow our flying tips and airport tips below to make the experience more enjoyable and less strenuous.
Take Advantage Of Price Comparison Sites
Sites such as Skyscanner are great tools for finding the cheapest deal out there. However they shouldn’t only be used to measure price, remember the cheapest flight isn’t always the best flight. Use the comparison sites to check out the flight length, date, amount of changes, the aeroplane, airline, airports and the times of departure and arrival, to help you ascertain the best overall journey.
Benefit From Flying At The Right Time
Midweek flights are the cheapest and least busy, with Tuesday being the supposed best day. It is also cheaper to book midweek. Ideally get the first flight of the morning, as the plane will already be there waiting to go and not have been caught up in delays earlier in the day. If possible as well, I prefer to get a flight that arrives in the late evening, so that I can go to bed soon after arrival, rather than struggling with jet lag when arriving in the day, or not being able to find a taxi after landing late at night.