Getting the Lowest Airfares No Longer Up in the Air For Travelers, Thanks to the New Low Fair Aggregator CheapFlightsLast

Meta-search engine CheapFlightsLast announces brand new framework, enabling travelers to get the rock-bottom rates they search for.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2014

Just months after the major discount airline Ryanair agreed to share data with Google Flight Search, Andrew Smith saw an opportunity opening.

“The existing meta-search engines were drawing people in, but they lacked data for all available flights,” said CheapFlightsLast Founder Andrew Smith. “When the first low cost airline opened up itself to our industry, we decided to go after what the travelers were looking for: the lowest cost airfare they could find.”

Smith launched CheapFlightsLast (, creating a framework that pools from hundreds of low-cost and mainstream airlines, travel agencies and four global book systems. The booking systems open the precise mix of local time zone departures and destinations, all benefiting the traveler.

“We also noticed that bottom line pricing was rather hazy, in flying terms,” said Smith. “CheapFlightsLast displays the final price including all taxes and fees right on the search page, so our travelers aren’t surprised when they reach payment!”

With clear pricing and thousands of options, CheapFlightsLast has left nothing in the air and the website is set to soar new heights under found Andrew Smith’s leadership.