Anyone who wants to book a flight for the summer months should keep a few things in mind: Customers should buy a ticket directly from the airline and not via portals such as Opodo and Co. Firstly, it is usually cheaper now from the provider, and secondly, one is then dependent on third-party providers in the event of problems. You can also search for connections via comparison portals like Checkfelix and then switch back to the airline side.
Low-cost airlines advertise low prices but beware: if you only want to add a small trolley or a seat, you’ll have to pay extra. Then it may cost the same as with other airlines. The timing of the ticket purchase is also decisive for the price. Waiting a long time and hoping for low prices rarely pays off. It’s best to book seven to eight weeks in advance or even earlier for long-haul flights.
If it can be arranged, you can also save on the choice of travel dates. Very early morning flights are often cheaper, return flights on Sunday evening, for example, are particularly expensive.
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