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The Cheapest Time To Fly This Summer

July 5, 2014 in post then categories by admin

If you’re looking for ways to get the most out of your travel plans by spending the least this summer, look no further.

Based on data from thousands of flights, the folks at FlyLately.com have concluded that Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the cheapest days to fly this summer. On average, you’ll save $64 if you fly on a summer Tuesday instead of a summer Sunday. It’s also better if you just avoid the month of July as a whole: you’ll save about $100 if you book your vacation for August instead.

For more destination-specific hacks, the team at Hopper figured out the best time to “fly and buy” this summer, narrowing down the cheapest weeks to take to the skies.

Because as Hopper says, “not all weeks are created equal for travel…”

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If you’re headed to Chicago
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: $327
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re headed to Denver, Orlando, NYC or Las Vegas
Book a ticket for: Week of August 24
Average “good deal” price: Mid-high $300’s
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re going to Los Angeles
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: $404
Avoid the week of: June 29

If you’re going to San Francisco
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: $418
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re going to Seattle….
Book a ticket for: Week of August 24
Average “good deal” price: $432
Avoid the week of: June 29

If you’re going to Honolulu
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: $942
Avoid the week of: June 29

Planning a trip outside of the U.S.? Here are your top international weeks of travel.
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If you’re going to Cancun
Book a ticket for: Week of August 24
Average “good deal” price: $491
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re going to Montego Bay or Los Cabos
Book a ticket for: Week of August 10
Average “good deal” price: Mid $500’s
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re going to Punta Cana
Book a ticket for: Week of September 7
Average “good deal” price: $563
Avoid the week of: June 29

If you’re going to Dublin or Paris
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: Low $1000s
Avoid the week of: June 29

If you’re going to London
Book a ticket for: Week of August 31
Average “good deal” price: $1,282
Avoid the week of: September 7

If you’re going to Rome
Book a ticket for: Week of August 24
Average “good deal” price: $1,426
Avoid the week of: June 29

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All The Flight Patterns Across The North Atlantic In 2 Minutes, Very cool Video

July 5, 2014 in post then categories by admin

Every day, between two and three thousand flights traverse the North Atlantic on journeys from North America to Europe, or back again. watch this amazing video here @ FlyLately.com

Have you ever wondered how they all make it without getting tangled in each other?

Following their stunning time-lapse of European flight paths, air traffic control service NATS released a video condensing all its flights from one day in July into a single two-minute clip.

Watch in awe as hundreds of planes follow their predetermined “tracks” across the ocean, in a pattern so complex it looks like the little blue bulbs are dancing over each other in the sky.

Oh, the glory of flight. And the glory of the people who organize it for us!

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