Bear with me while I try to explain the rationale here. A perfect case in point would be trying to fly from London to the Maldives. On a good day, this will cost somewhere between £600 – £1,200 for a return journey with British Airways or Emirates. Booking a similar flight but leaving from Madrid costs £185 plus an extra £16 to get to Madrid which brings the total to £201 for return flights to the Maldives.
The thing is demand varies depending on which country you fly out from and the prices are dependent on the demand so if you do a bit of searching around on places like Skyscanner, Lastminute.com or Opodo try changing the “Departure location” to places you know you can get to quite easily. Europe works brilliantly on this front as the countries are pretty close. In the US, it might be the case that you need to go to a different state first. You get my drift… Fundamentally, trying different “Departures” could leave you with lots of savings to be used on a different holiday somewhere else!
Things To Remember For This To Work:
At the risk of stating the obvious, here are a few things to pay attention to.
1.) You still need to get to the actual “Departure location” so make sure that connection there is doable and affordable. £16 for the connection makes sense for the London Madrid-Maldives one. £300 would have been out of the question.
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