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Googles Flights is my search machine for flight reservations, so when a boyfriend had difficulties to book a budget flight from Puerto Vallarta on the Pacific coast of Mexico (see our travel guidebook here) to their house in Austin, I went to the side to see what the rates looked like.
In the end, more than half the costs of their flight. Because of our smaller population, we tended to have more non-stop flight connections in Australia and New Zealand, so it is less suitable for inland and Trans-Tasman connections. Well, if my girlfriend had been reading our guidebook about the perfect moment to buy a flight, she would have known that purchasing a flight for the bustling first January weeks, especially from a holiday resort like Puerto Vallarta, would have been much less expensive more than two month in the future.
Therefore we are looking for a One-Way Economy Class from Puerto Vallarta (PVR) to Austin, Texas (AUS) for January 3rd: Here are the results I got for a one-way flight from PVR to AUS: One thing I like about Google Flights is that it brings the best results according to its algorithms of flight time, stop, cost, etc. to the top of the page and highlights the best value for money options in ec.
As you can see, by far the least expensive is a terrible 14-hour stop in Phoenix (PHX), followed by similar stops in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and the perfect three hour stop in Phoenix, but at twice the cost ($478 USD). So my boyfriend can either half the fare, but have a long night in Phoenix, or he can buy twice and cut his night down to less than three ours.
Could she get the lower rate together with a short stay? Knowing that the five least expensive choices all have stops in Phoenix or Dallas/Fort Worth, we can use Google Flight's sophisticated multi-city utility to enforce a stop. Instead of placing Puerto Vallarta in a row after Austin, we place Puerto Vallarta in the first row after Phoenix and Dallas/Fort Worth, and then Phoenix and Dallas/Fort Worth in the second row after Austin.
As you can see, the fares for the flight through Dallas/Fort Worth will not change, so we will not be able to track them, but we can try the three Phoenix flights: If you click on the first flight, we will have the most flight later in the morning, and I'm sure there are two trips to Austin: Since my girlfriend wanted to make the most of her last flight in Puerto Vallarta, she wanted the last flight to Phoenix, which was the third option:
Let's say you wanted to get the previous flight and had a boyfriend in Phoenix, you could make the stop longer and still take the last flight of the night to Austin. You' re essentially making your own stop. My friend's flight - the 18:22 Puerto Vallarta flight, then the three-hour Phoenix stop and the 1:49 Austin return the next day - was initially paid $478 via the apparent search option, but with the compulsory stop we spared her $266 and cut her stop by tenhrs.
Consider this example of a single flight from Adelaide to Beijing, with the three lowest option for $559 flying between 1 and 3 hour through Hong Kong: Maybe you'd like to spend a whole weekend in Hong Kong on the way to Beijing, so interrupt your journey and find out that you can make your own stopover:
You now have ten Beijing departures to pick from a week later and get a Hong Kong stop for just $23 more! The next the next you' re at a loss as to why a connection flight is so costly, take a look at the interruption.
If you want to renew it, you can pay a lower rate and even make a free or inexpensive intermediate stop!