Have you ever booked a flight and afterward wondered whether you actually got the best and cheapest one available? Welcome to the club! Finding the best and cheapest flights can be tricky nowadays with so many websites to choose from. You get a list of possibilities with different connections and prices you no longer know which to choose. In this article you’ll find our favorite websites to hunt down for the best flight deals to anywhere in the world + some extra insider tips we use a lot for booking our own flights:
Our #1 favorite flight search engine ever! On Skyscanner it’s very simple and quick to find the cheapest flight to anywhere in the world. It’s, in fact, a price comparison, gathering data from all different international and local airlines in the world and redirects you to the partners’ websites.
We love to check out Skyscanner for comparing airline rates on specific dates. And if you can’t decide where to go, you just type “everywhere” in the ‘To’ box, like in the picture below to find the cheapest prices to every destination in the world. Perfect to discover new destinations and places where you have never been before. Also, if you don’t know when to go and you’re quite flexible with the dates, you can choose “whole month” or “cheapest month” in the ‘departure’ box and it will show you the best prices available in the near future. How cool is that!? Above all these options, you’re able to set an alarm to get notified when the price drops or rises for your favorite destination.
Tix.nl is a Dutch flight search platform and is very easy to use. Whether you are looking for a plane ticket, hotel or rental car, Tix.nl ensures that you find something that suits you quickly and easily! They even offer combinations like flight + hotel or flight + activities, which saves you more money. Besides that, they have a very friendly and professional customer service for all your questions.
As the name suggests, this is the website for cheap flight tickets. On CheapTickets you’ll find many amazing deals and good offers for car rentals, hotels, city trips, and transfers. And when you have booked your flights, but you can’t travel anymore due to unexpected circumstances, you’ll have the unique opportunity to cancel your tickets free of charge on the day of booking until 9 pm!
Our #2 favorite flight search engine and especially when we are looking for some inspiration! Kiwi has not only a cute name but also a wonderful flight search engine that will change the whole way how you will look for flights on the internet. It’s a huge time saver with smart features like the date range, the so-called radius search and the combination of airlines. It helps you to find unique combinations, cheap flights and to discover new destinations in a more virtual way. And above all, Kiwi is an online travel agency which means that they issue their own tickets, take care of their own customer support and that they finalize bookings on their own website.
Whether you’re looking for routing inspiration or trying to find the cheapest flight deals, Google Flights is another great website to use. You simply enter your search details and you’ll get results from many different airlines. The calendar lets you also scroll to check for cheaper dates. Next, it also shows money-saving tips if you change your day or airports or if you like to fly in business. There are filters for how many luggage you need to take with you, the number of stops, preferred departure or arrival times, airlines and their alliances, and even the ability to select preferred cities for possible connections. And if you’d like to track fares, you just turn on the “track prices” button to get email alerts for your route.