Our search tool starts just like any other flight search engine with your origin, destination and dates of travel.
For example, let's say you enter a search for flights from Boston to Sydney.
We will search for flights that go through each of the thousands of airports out there. In the example given, we'll search for flights
from Boston to New York plus flights from New York to Sydney, and Boston to
Los Angeles plus Los Angeles to Syndey, etc. until we find the cheapest combination.
We won't find savings on every flight, but on one in three searches, we can save you an average of $200. Because we show
flights that combine non-partnered airlines, including flights that put low cost carriers together with major airlines, we can
show you cheaper flights not found elsewhere. If we do find you savings, the results will be labeled as a clever layover.
In addition to allowing you to change the number of passengers and cabin of service, our options allow you to choose the length of
your layover as well as letting you specify the layover. You could end up saving money while spending an extra week in Honolulu!
When you travel on a clever layover, you're using two tickets, which means
you have to check in and go through security again at the layover location. If the layover is in a different country, you may
also need to pass through customs and present a visa when applicable. Because the tickets are from non-partnered airlines,
a delay in your first flight could cause you to miss your second flight.
We won't always find you savings on your current flight, but hopefully we can help on one of your trips at some point.
We love it when we can provide extra information for your flight-planning process!