When it comes to saving money on travel, flying cheap is a must. So forget all those full-frills airlines offering hot meals and oodles of legroom before dropping you off at your destination and look instead to the budget carriers currently criss-crossing the skies of the United States. In fact, there's such a wealth of low-costers in the air today that it's unlikely would-be passengers will find any destination that's not on the roster of at least one, whether its Frontier Airlines of the Rocky Mountains or Southwest, the largest no-frills flier in the world!
year so you have a head start.
If you have to be at your destination by a particular time, be careful about waiting too close to your departure time before purchasing your ticket. If you do not have your seat reserved a week before you need to be there you run the risk of not being able to get a flight. This is especially true of flights to popular destinations and during peak travel season.
money. Make sure you buy round trip tickets and if you
skipping your local airport and using one in a larger city
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