SouthWhat? We Analyze Flying With Tiny Airlines

By Sascha Segan

Sascha Segan looks into airlines of little notice that offer cheap flights and unusual routes (but little else).

You Want to Go Where? Here's How to Find the Route to Anywhere on the Ground or in the Air!

By Sascha Segan

Can't find a way from Point A to Point B? You can if you know about these secret resources.

Still No Labor Day Plans? Under-the-Wire Discounts To The Rescue

By Sascha Segan

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Ch-ch-ch-changes: Airlines Make Tickets a Little More Flexible

By Sascha Segan

Some major airlines have taken baby steps to make changing reservations a little easier and a little less costly.

It's Your Call: Airlines Give You More Talk Time on Planes

By Sascha Segan

Air carriers have recently eased up on rules concerning cellphone use on planes.

Bahamania! Low Fares to the Caribbean

By Sascha Segan

A Priceline Plethora: An Actual Airfare Sale, plus New Options for Asia & Oz

By Sascha Segan

Denver Fares Drop From Mile-High Levels

By Sascha Segan

It's a Season of Savings: Domestic Sales Keep Coming, Keeping Airfares Low

By Sascha Segan

From 1,000 Lakes to 100 Glaciers: Practical Prices on Icelandair

By Sascha Segan

Floridians Get a Deutsch Treat: Frugal Airfares to Germany

By Sascha Segan

Spirit Brings Prices Down Further For Midweek Travelers

By Sascha Segan

US Airways Goes MAD With Cheap Fares to Spain

By Sascha Segan

Pretty Good for a Monday: Discount Fares to the Caribbean Monday to Thursday from Delta

By Sascha Segan

Living in a Northern Town? Great Deals to Europe for Canadians

By Sascha Segan

More Low Domestic Fall Fares (including $98 roundtrips to Florida!)

By Sascha Segan

Low Fares Go Global: Early and Late Fall Sales to Europe

By Sascha Segan

Feeling Domestic? Major Airlines Unleash U.S. Sales

By Sascha Segan

Turn Autumn into Spring With New Zealand Sales

By Sascha Segan

A-OCay: Great Airfares to the Cayman Islands

By Sascha Segan

Hate to Wait? Find Out Which Airlines are Late

By Fern Lin

Few things are more annoying to a traveler than a late departure or arrival flight. To help to avoid this predicament, the monthly Air Travel Consumer Report, published by the U.S. Department of Transportation, is a useful resource for both the novice and veteran traveler alike.

North, South, East, or West: Discount Airlines Offer the Best

By Sascha Segan

US Airways Knows the Cheap Way to San José (and Mexico)

By Sascha Segan

Shhh! Secret Fall Airfares to Europe

By Sascha Segan

Go the Distance With Discount Airpasses

By Sascha Segan

Available in every corner of the globe, airpasses are ways to jet around for a flat fee per flight, usually somewhere between $70-$150.