Airfare

Airfare, Resources / 26.09.2019

You’re looking at a weekend in Chicago, and all the flights are $400 round trip. You want to find something cheaper, but there’s nothing available. What if I tell you that you can get there for $200 round trip, but you need to book one leg at a time and can’t check any bags? Oh, and on paper, at least, you are flying to Milwaukee? Traveling like this is called “hidden-city” ticketing. What is it exactly? It simply means that you book a flight to a specified destination that...