Web Takes Monopoly Out of Airline Travel

Three new web sites begin to turn the tables on the airlines. While there have been sites for some time to help find less expensive flights (with mixed results), now there is a new breed of site to help gauge when and when not to buy a ticket, to assist in finding business seats at economy prices, and to pay the difference if fares drop.

Three new web sites begin to turn the tables on the airlines.  While there have been sites for some time to help find less expensive flights (with mixed results), now there is a new breed of site to help gauge when and when not to buy a ticket, to assist in finding business seats at economy prices, and to pay the difference if fares drop.

The three sites are Farecast.com, FareCompare.com, and Yapta.com.  "Yapta" stands for "your amazing personal travel assistant."   There is a good article in Fast Company entitled, Fare Thee Well.   

http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/117/next-road-warrior.html

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