Airline Tickets online
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Need a flight? Check out the sites below or any of the all-purpose sites under General Travel Sites. The airline sites have also improved dramatically over the years. It's a good idea to start with the general travel sites to get a feel for the market and then move on to the more specialized sites to look for better deals. You can also get our latest travel content on our blog.

Orbitz
Lots of flights.

Kayak.com
This site has grown like crazy as it basically provides results from all the other online flight web sites.

Expedia
Great all-purpose site.

Travelocity
Tons of travel resources.

CheapAir.com
Another site focused on discount airline tickets. Just remember that you need to book at least five days in advance.

CheapTickets.com
Here, the name works.

Priceline.com
They've moved away from the whole "Name your own price" gimmick but they still provide low fares.

TravelZoo.com
Killer deals. Check here if you're looking for bargains.

Resources

SeatGuru!
Great guide to airplane seats and in-flight amenities. This is a great site to use when you're booking longer flights where comfort is critical. Many airlines are now oddering lie-flat options. This site helps you sort it out.

Flyertalk.com
This site bills itself as the world's most popular frequent flyer community, and it's an incredible resource if you want to maximise your frequent flyer miles.

View from the Wing
This travel blog focuses a lot on travel rewards and frequent flier miles, and it's part of the Boarding Area network of travel bloggers.

First Class Flyer
Part of Flight Bliss, this excellent resource will help you to take advabtage of business class and first class air travel.

Articles

Frugal Traveler - Booking a Flight the Frugal Way
Here's a great article from the New York Times giving the reader a step-by-step approach for booking flights online with the goal of getting the best deal.

The Road Warrior's Guide to America's Best Airports
We're going to miss Business 2.0. It was a great magazine. Here's a cool article on the best airports.

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