5 Tips for Buying Airline Tickets

Save Money and Get the Itinerary You Want

tips for buying airline ticketsThe Traveling Professor flies anywhere from 75,000 to 100,000 miles per year. I take my small groups to Paris, Italy, Scandinavia, and South America as well as make many domestic trips too.    I have American Airlines Platinum elite status and have membership to the Admiral's Club although I do fly airlines other than American.  In today's blog post I am going to give you 5 of my best tips on finding the best air fare, not only price-wise, but itinerary wise.  Plus, I am going to save you a lot of hassles if you have problems with your ticketing.  Read it all here.

Thursday, July 21, 2016/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (1317)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0
Categories: Save on Airfare
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