Wednesday, 16 January 2008

Awesome guide for travel junkies - Darkest secrets from a fired airline travel agent

This guy is absolutely awesome! He gets fired from his job for some nonsense little reason so he decides to expose everything on how to get the cheapest travel deals, discounted flight tickets, he tells all the dirty little tricks and tips you can use with any airline in the world.

He says: "This Guide Is My Revenge!"

"I've been threatened with legal action; I've been harassed with midnight phone calls; I've been begged and pleaded with; and when all else failed; they even tried filing damage charges against me for releasing confidential secrets to the public. I've even broken a career-long friendship with my boss in order to bring to you this mind-boggling guide. [To Paul if you are reading this: I am sorry, but I did tell you that firing me was one big mistake you'll later regret!]. They even tried to re-hire me earlier this year with an unheard-of 17% salary increase in a desperate attempt to make amends and stop me from offering this information. No thank you were my last words before I hung up the phone. I've spilled my heart out for the big airline corporations for over 16 years. Now, let me have a chance to be on your side."

I had a lot of fun reading this book and also learned enormous amount of useful information. First thing when I'm next time going to my home country that I try the given methods I got access to.

Good to know about tickets I have purchased so many times but I never knew why they are so expensive.

Click Here! to go to the official website of MY AIRFARE SECRETS.

Thursday, 1 November 2007

Cheapflight alternatives between Newcastle and Budapest - part I.

Well, I though It would be a good idea to share some ideas on the "How to get to Hungary from Newcastle upon Tyne" heartbreaking topic:
I will try to focus on routes which are not so popular but still give possible alternatives travelling to Hungary. I will lead you through an actual exapmle to see prices, departure/landing time, connections to other flights. I think that will be the easiest way.
So, let's check out my first choice:


march 1-2

Ryanair: ~10GBP
(0.01GBP offer)

Wizzair: ~18GBP
march 4
Wizzair: ~21GBP
Ryanair: ~10GBP
(0.01GBP offer)

That adds up to a very reasonable 59GBP. Please note that the prices are more than likely to change as we are getting closer to 2008 March. Right now it is very cheap and you have a whole day sightseeing in Milan.

Have a good ticket hunt everyone.
Stay tuned, more later...

Related links:

Genius website - Find your way home with

There are a few incredibly useful websites out there and we don't even have a clue that they exist! If I'd have found this before I booked my tickets for Christmas... dooooahhh.

The website I've just discovered: I highly recommend this site to any Hungarian in the UK. To find a new way to get to Hungary or you just feel like city hopping: Go no further for info! Discover Europe with 0.01p special offers, I think that's what I am going to do next year;)
The most beneficial for those who choose to fly with more than one airline at a time.

This website is pretty amazing:
  • It lets you see cities on a map with all the destinations available airborne

  • Also shows a list of all airlines between 2 destinations

  • Maps of 2 countries next to each other - so you can immediately see who flies where

  • Works with all airlines!!! Not only the "big" names - CHEAPFLiGHTs are also listed

  • The pages - as far as I experienced - completely up to date with the newest (also future announced) routes.

You don't have to log on to all the official airline websites and check the routes. You never know which route is operating still or how many new routes have opened since you have last checked.

Another site I'd like to suggest:
You can get the latest airline news from UK destination at: . I'm a regular reader of the site too. Lots of info, daily updates, you can also subscribe for newsletter so if there's a new flight from your area you will be informed straight away.

I hope info was helpful. All comments welcome.