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How Do I Get the Cheapest Airfare?
Is round trip nonstop airfare from Los Angeles, California to Tokyo, Japan an attractive deal at $375?
While the Travelocity search reports it at $375, the taxes, fuel charges, extra baggage charges, and the new 9/11 security charges push the final airfare to a whopping $669.50. Geesh!
While many of these new fees are now mandatory, there are some very effective strategies (secrets) to avoid the inevitable shakedown. Most of the strategies are laid out in Tony Morrison's new book called "Save on Airfare Secrets." Here's a short excerpt from the Going2Oahu Hawaii Travel Blog's recent review: After working for 16 years in the airline industry, Tony Morrison was unexpectedly fired and left hunting for a job. Pondering on his predicament, he decided that his "insider" experience could be super valuable to the traveling public." If you're a traveler, frequent or even only once a year, then this book should now be on your required reading list.
Short Video: "Save on Airfare Secrets" by Tony Morrison You can read more on it or pick up the book on the Tony Morrison's "Airfare Secrets" Website.