Cost of a Family of Four Flying to New York Can Differ by up to £660, Finds CheapFlightsFinder.com

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CheapFlightsFinder.com, the world’s first website to compare up to 16 metasearch engines for cheap flights, has found that the cost of an identical economy return flight from London to New York can differ by as much as £165 per ticket.

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a single metasearch engine does not check every single source for flights, and the accuracy of results vary from site to site on any given route

CheapFlightsFinder.com, the world’s first website to compare up to 16 metasearch engines for cheap flights, has found that the cost of an identical economy return flight from London to New York can differ by as much as £165 per ticket.

When searching via its flight finder technology for a direct flight during the autumn half-term break, Cheap Flights Finder found vast price differences between two leading metasearch engines. The least expensive airline was United Airlines at £468.59 for an economy seat, bookable through Netflights.com, and the most expensive carrier was Iberia at £633.59 through Carlton Leisure. This means a family of four would unnecessarily pay an additional £660 for the same trip.*

Launched in 2008, Cheap Flights Finder guarantees it will find the most affordable flight available by undertaking a scan of all available metasearch engines and flight comparison sites. It saves people time and effort trawling through up to 16 individual metasearch engines to obtain the best flight deals online.

This example shows how much flights on the same route can vary depending on the carrier, and without the meta-metasearch facility that CheapFlightsFinder.com provides, consumers could be wasting unnecessary money for an identical flight with a full service carrier.

Shahab Siddiqui, founder of Cheap Flights Finder, comments: “Many consumers believe that they will obtain the cheapest price possible by searching via screenscrapers or flight comparison sites. However, a single metasearch engine does not check every single source for flights, and the accuracy of results vary from site to site on any given route.

“The best way of guaranteeing the least expensive option is utilising meta-metasearch via CheapFlightsFinder.com. The savings a family of four could make on a flight to New York in October could be used for a hotel upgrade, some splash-out meals or early Christmas shopping. I encourage customers to check our site before booking their flights to ensure they are getting the best deal possible.”

To be sure that you’re purchasing a flight at the very best cost, visit http://www.cheapflightsfinder.com.

*Flights searched through CheapFlightsFinder.com on 8 August 2012.

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