Fare Compare multiple FlightsComparison of fares for several flights
Several fares can be tracked by creating several fare alerts.
Are you offering multi-city flights?
It' s a complicated response, but the bottom line is that before we implement this function, we want to be sure we can meet and outdo you. When you need a single resource to find what you need in multiple cities, these pages contain, among others, Kayak, Travelocity and Expedia.
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An elaborate air fare compare page that is characterized by the amount of information searched for and the rate at which it can handle and present the results. It' has most airline companies and all of the compare pages I've seen and even opens multiple views to other metal halide searching machines so you can compare the results..... Compare the results.
They' re also known for analyzing the huge amount of information they have accessed and performing extended analyses to see how and when pricing fluctuates. This website has published these results in a number of very useful trip advisory items that explain to the consumer not only the best holiday dates but also the best ticket buying time.
Which web sites offer historic airfares if any?
There really isn't a great item that has historic pricing information that can be viewed or simply viewed through an AIP. BTS provides information on the mean fare of national flights. It is a good starting point if you are only looking for rough dates. I' ve reviewed some itineraries and the figures go back to 1995 and show the quarterly averages.
While you can follow the route and destination pricing, you cannot display historic information beyond a very basic line graph. The system uses historic pricing information to tell you when your pricing is best and when to buy. Allows you to set up multiple flight alert. There are no diagrams and no way to see or retrieve information.
It provides a basic, Flash-based graphic that shows you the avarage rates between the target location and on certain stretches over the last twelve month. The name ATPCO is short for Airline Tariff Publishing Company. It is a company held by the airline companies and was established to act as an intermediary for these proprietors (and for other airline companies or vendors) to archive and publicize rates and related information.
Within the scope of its service, ATPCO gathers and collates fare information from airline companies. You have a history price information base that you may be able to use. I am constructing a workaround for this issue at Escape Flight.