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To find out, I tested 10 leading flight search and booking sites against a range of journeys, including domestic flights within the UK, short-haul hops to Europe, and longer trips to the USA, Australia, and China. To shake things up, an internal US flight was thrown into the mix, along with Shanghai to Sydney, and then - for those sites capable of it - a couple of multi-city breaks.
• The first category includes the people who are travelling for any emergency related to the health of the officer or his family members. The flight information is not printed on the ticket, but it saved in the airline' reservation system. Of course, Google Flights isn't the end-all and be-all when it comes to price comparison. Book Cheap flights
to Bangkok online with any of the trusted website available on the internet. If we run this exact search in Google ITA with New York City as the point-of-sale, we see those exact numbers Skyscanner returns similar results : the cheapest flight on LAN is $114 and on Avianca it is $136.
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Expedia isn't a pretty site. From the off, it merrily flings banners and distractions at your face, and its results list feels like it hasn't seen a designer in the best part of a decade. Results also take a while to show up, scrolling down the screen as they arrive. And while you browse, the site annoyingly insists on telling you how many people are looking at and booking similar flights, as if you care in the slightest.
On that basis, it feels trustworthy as a first (and, if you're feeling lazy, only) port of call when looking for flights. Do note, though, that Kayak seems particularly invested in hacker fares. That return mentioned earlier initially came up significantly cheaper than on any other site, until closer inspection revealed Kayak's intention for you to play ‘guess the airport' during your journey.
But Momondo excelled during testing in two further key areas. In multi-city bookings, it hugely outperformed rivals on complex short-term trips, in one case (a jaunt taking in London, Paris and Dubai) saving several hundred pounds. When booking months ahead, the difference was far less pronounced, but at worst Momondo still would have saved me enough cash for a coffee and a sandwich. And on mobile (Android/iOS), the app packs plenty of information into a smallish space, without making the screen feel cramped, nudging it ahead of Google's impressive web app.