Find cheap flights anywhere in the world with Best Flights

17 July 2009

If you've given up on travel agents and prefer to plan your own holidays online, this looks like a decent way of keeping an eye on cheap flights in other countries. Best Flights is an Australian website, but there's nothing to stop you using it to your advantage.

A new "Low Cost Specials" page on the site keeps track of over 75 budget airlines and details of any sales they're having. There's also an interactive map that allows you to select different regions and see what deals are available at the moment:

All the prices displayed are in Australian Dollars - currently $1 equates to £0.49 - and there's a bit of a usability FAIL when you click on a deal - a new page pops up with a booking form without any of the destination information. You may be better searching the airline website direct, to see what prices are available over a range of dates.

If you know exactly where you want to travel to and from, you're probably better off using the likes of Skyscanner. For those of you happy to fly wherever the deals take you, it's an easy way to see what bargains are out there.

TOPICS:   Travel


  • jinkssick
    I have never gotten cheap flight with skyscanner. on the other hand is a gold tool for the flying fanatics.
  • 5 B.
    [...] Best Flights We recommended this Australian website last week, because it keeps an eye on over 75 budget airlines around the world, and keeps users up-to-date with any special offers they’re promoting. The user-interface beyond the initial price checking front page is a little lame, but if your travels are guided by deals then it’s a great way to see what prices are available around the world. [...]
  • Patricia E.
    Good site, I will add to favorites will be chacking for updates.
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