Finding the lowest airfare on international travel is complicated because it depends a lot on things like itinerary, departure city, number of stops, connecting flights, alternative airports, low cost airlines and so on. Given that, one has to search and look around for the best prices on many flights between different destinations before getting the lowest possible international airfare. For others, saving on their airfare means they’ll enjoy activities that wouldn’t happen any other way. Both groups want to travel as cheaply as possible and honestly your vacation or holiday will be much more enjoyable if you put more money in your own pocket by saving on the airfare.
Package options from other departure cities and for those not eligible for student airfare are available; contact an STA Travel Expert for details and pricing. Skyscanner Philippines is a free travel search site providing online comparisons for cheap airfares and promo fares on millions of flights, both domestic and international.
The total airfare price, the base airfare price, and the applicable government taxes and fees are broken-out line-by-line and shown while booking online and on the invoice after your travel is booked. When not booking your airfare through AESU, you are often required to pay full fare at the time of booking (instant purchase) and tickets are completely non-refundable and non-changeable.
It will text you alerts when it finds something so you can act before the fare is gone. Flights from Manila to Tuguegarao and Laoag; and from Cebu to Ozamiz, Dipolog, Surigao, Butuan and Clark are on sale for the ‘Go Lite’ fare of only P688, for travel April 1 to July 31, 2010.
Usually booking anywhere from three to six months before you travel will offer the most options and the most savings on airfare. You never know who might have the cheapest airfare and there are some airlines that do not sell their tickets on the larger sites like Expedia and Priceline.