We are all trying to save money wherever we can these days but at the same time, the price of an airline ticket is going higher and higher partly because of rising fuel costs. We are all dealing with trying to fill our gas tanks and feed our families so we are not as likely to be thinking about taking a family vacation at this time due to the economy.
I decided to build myself a website and be a third choice. A few days after putting up the site, I had my first customer. Unfortunately, this was the toughest ferry anyone could ask for – an old Cessna 172 from Denver, CO to Santa Cruz, Bolivia! Wow, I just about laughed out loud and dismissed the request, but then I thought – maybe it’s do-able. I happen to be from Ecuador and am fluent in Spanish, so I thought that was half the battle.
Many people don’t know that their computer may be preventing them from getting the newest and last minute travel deals. Most Web sites use ‘cookies’, which are the text files that are placed on your hard drive by a Web page server. They tell the server that you have returned to a specified page and to go ahead and retrieve the information they have about you. This does simplify the process of recording any personal information you’ve divulged, such as billing addresses, but it also tracks the results that you were viewing.
My next ferry flight, which would have otherwise seemed daunting, felt like a piece of cake to me – Tehachapi, CA to Soldotna, AK. Another beautiful, yet challenging flight and another 43hrs in my logbook. In less than 2 months, I had already beat my average yearly Googleflights time!
The Save on Airfare Secrets eBook starts with some basic tips that are mostly known to many frequent flyers. Don’t let that first part of the book disappoint you. Don’t forget that there are people who don’t know even those little helpful hints! Logically, the ebook’s secrets progress towards the end. But the good thing is that you don’t need to read some blah-blah sections in order to get to the point. The author’s revelations are pretty precise and self-explanatory. And most importantly – they are really revelations!
The first thing I did was to have a brainstorming session. I took a sheet of paper, sat in my comfy couch, and started writing down any old idea of how I could build flight time. Even wacky ideas made it to the list – forming a “flight-building” club with some buddies and trying to split the cost, buying a camera and doing aerial photography work, banner towing, traffic watch, etc.
Low price airfare isn’t difficult to find. All you have to do is know exactly when you should travel and where you can travel at a particular time of the year. There’s almost always something for everyone with each season.