Cheap Airfares have always been a traveler dream. No- frills airlines have mushroomed to bridge the supply and demand gap. Jet Blue Airways, US carriers and South West Airlines are a few airlines competing for travelers who look for cost effectiveness. Full service air lines now offer a range of flights for the economy travelers, to oppose the competition offered by the no frills airways. Getting the most cost effective deal requires some time and effort. Online websites and agencies like [http://www.lowcostarlines.org] provide extensive information about full service discount travel. Some websites offer a cost calculator specific to the airlines, destination and travel time.
Expedia, Orbitz, Travelocity, E-bookers and Opodo are some websites and online travel agencies that provide information as well as booking services for travelers. Although research through the Internet is apparently a cheaper option, it is always better to book through a travel agent when you’ve decided on a flight. Agents know the industry thoroughly and can help you get a better deal. In addition many carriers use their websites only to list fares and will not list with booking agencies or other travel websites.
You have to read the fine lines when you do book with a no frills airline. The prices are pretty specific to a certain flight, a certain day and a certain time. They do not include late bookings or changes in the itinerary. Also, keep in mind that “no frills” is exactly that – there are no free meals or drinks served on these flights, and there are often one or two stops before you reach your destination.