A suggestion would to check out bookingbuddy.com which will allow you to look up information on various sites without having to retype everything. My best suggestion, however, would be find internet coupon codes and deals directly with the airline. I have saved hundreds this way. Here's one example, I booked a trip to Orlando but found out that I could fly into Tampa (1hr away) and rent a car and still save $300 instead of flying directly into Orlando (MCO). Try nearby airports, especially if you're renting a vehicle.
I use SIDESTEP. You download it for free using Internet Explorer as your browser. You give it start and end airport, dates, and number of passengers. It goes to all the airlines, to expedia, to travelocity, to orbitz, and to all those other sites you see advertised. It looks up every flight that anyone mentions and gets the prices to put in cost order. You look over the results, check the details, and make a selection. Then it links you to the travel site so you buy from the airline, expedia, travelocity, orbitz etc directly. I have found it cheaper and easier than trying every site (since it does the trying and finds the cheapo for each flight).
Hi, have a look also at http://www.cheaptickets.gr/travel/flights/cheap-plane-tickets.php
Sometimes it has good offers.
My travel site where you can search and find a wide selection of options to choose from. It is affiliated with sites such as Travelocity.com or Orbitz.com. But the difference is you may find a cheaper price. If you have any specifics I can help you. I'm a travel agent. With no extra fees. =)
Depending on your destination, Choose Jetblue. TV on the back of seats, in their new Airbus A320 Airbuses. They have flights starting from 29.00. Check out there destinations and their getaway packages, Its Def. Worth it.
you can try this link: http://erick.worldventures.com/
It will search all of the above mentioned sites and many others and find the best price online.
priceline has worked out well for me. We travel a great deal and I have had good luck with them. www.priceline.com
travelocity.com is the best yet
I always open www.southwest.com and have sidestep running right beside it. Any search on southwests site auto fills the sidestep and searches it for you. That way you get all the main carriers in the US.