is leading U.S. travelers to the best fall bargains to London with an inventory including consolidators, specialists, travel web sites and low-fare carriers.
A recent Cheapflights.com search gives American consumers plenty of reasons to head across the pond: Travelocity offers a $193 round-trip from New York to London if travel occurs from November-January, $234 books a trip from New York or Boston via 1-800 Fly Europe through October and Kuwait Airlines charges $235 through a consolidator to fly the same route (September-October). Try to find that in another search engine!
“Lower fares in the fall and winter season make London a great place to travel when temperatures cool in the U.S.,” said Hugo Burge, president of Cheapflights.com. “Whether you’re staying in London or using this hub to connect to other points in Europe and beyond, there are plenty of opportunities to save.”
Fall and winter are ideal times to head to London, and Cheapflights.com’s users have weighed in, making the city the most-searched international destination on the site. And, consumers know that the advantages of Cheapflights.com go well beyond its unsurpassed access to discount airfares.
As Cheapflights.com continues to grow in the U.S. and all of North America, its sister site, Cheapflights.co.uk, remains a top choice for travelers throughout Europe. Tap into deals on Cheapflights.co.uk from Ryanair and easyJet as well as charter flights and a host of London-based discounters that aren’t available on other sites.
Unlike other sites, there is no software to download and Cheapflights.com offers lists of alternative airports and helpful tips on finding low fares while allowing you to search Hotwire, Priceline, Travelocity and Orbitz without re-entering preferred travel dates. And, in some cases, the prices will be discounted from an airline’s own web site.ÊÊÊÊÊÊ