Found 31st Dec 2016
Just wondering what flight search engines the deal hunters use for long haul flights besides Skyscanner, google flights and Kayak. I am looking for flexibility in terms of stop overs (mix and match) and class of travel etc.

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I use Faremine, it is trade only though, much cheaper fares than the ones you have listed, includes consol.and It fares as well.

momondo.co.uk although not sure how that would display stop-over options.

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happychappy

I use Faremine, it is trade only though, much cheaper fares than the ones … I use Faremine, it is trade only though, much cheaper fares than the ones you have listed, includes consol.and It fares as well.


Thanks for the lead. What do you mean by "trade only"? I just had a look and it sayd the site is designed for travel professionals (agents) only. Can we not book through the website?

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AndyRoyd

http://www.momondo.co.uk although not sure how that would display … http://www.momondo.co.uk although not sure how that would display stop-over options.


Momondo by far gives the best rates however search options / flexibility are limited. I have tried ITA Matrix for the route and used momondo to get prices.

nomeames

Momondo by far gives the best rates however search options / flexibility … Momondo by far gives the best rates however search options / flexibility are limited. I have tried ITA Matrix for the route and used momondo to get prices.


Good workaround.

Google flight is always worth a look. With the month display option in particular

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Bobef90

Google flight is always worth a look. With the month display option in … Google flight is always worth a look. With the month display option in particular



Google Flight used to be very good but more recently for some reason they dont return the best prices. 9 out of 10 times momondo returns better fare.

nomeames

Thanks for the lead. What do you mean by "trade only"? I just had a look … Thanks for the lead. What do you mean by "trade only"? I just had a look and it sayd the site is designed for travel professionals (agents) only. Can we not book through the website?


No it is trade only, you need a good travel agent.
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