ETW #22 Finding Affordable Airfare: Interview with Scott’s Cheap Flights CEO

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This week’s episode features an interview with the CEO of Scott’s Cheap Flights, Scott Keyes. Scott shares his top tips on how to find and book amazing deals on airfare, as well as the best and worst airports in the U.S. for scoring those bargain flights.

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No matter your background or budget, everyone wants to save money on airfare when they can. The process though can be very confusing, from knowing the best time to book to uncovering those “too good to be true” deals that everyone else seems to find. Today we’re talking all about how anyone can book great deals on airfare, no matter where you live and where you want to go. We’re also chatting about the latest developments with the airlines and how they impact every traveler. To help us better understand the murky world of airlines and airfare, one of the world’s top experts is our guest this week.

This week’s guest

In 2013, Scott Keyes found the best flight deal he’d ever seen: $130 roundtrip from New York City to Milan. He wasn’t planning on going to Milan, but simply couldn’t pass up such a good deal. When he returned home, his friends and colleagues started asking him to let them know the next time he found a great flight deal. The email list he built was the start of Scott’s Cheap Flights. Today, Scott’s Cheap Flights serves nearly 2 million members around the world and has a distributed team of over thirty travel aficionados.

Links to related resources:

The Best and Worst Airports in the US for Cheap International Flights

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