Can anyone read this Korean text? Trying to buy tickets on Jeju Air's English website but a dialog box pops up in Korean. [more inside]
Is there a website like Kayak, but with the option to filter by the airline that operates the flight (i.e. to exclude codeshares)? Or is it possible to do this on Kayak? I have some United credit to spend, and it's proving non-trivial because I can't spend it on flights operated by Continental et al.
I feel I just got screwed out of about $500 by an airline. Of course they don't see it that way. What resources do I have to get this money back? If not, what else can I do? [more inside]
I need to find the most affordable flight from south Georgia to California. I seem to have too many variables though. How do I find the best flight from multiple possible departure airports to multiple possible arrival airports? Throw flexible dates in there as well just for fun. [more inside]
Whats the best way to buy a flight for a vacation that you know you are going on (greater than 3 months in the future)? I am tired of getting screwed for being prepared. [more inside]
I need to have a flight pushed back, any suggestions? Ok so I am away and I need to go home but I just found out that I have to leave later in the day than when my flight departs. I am flying United and I bought the tickets through their site, they are the cheapest tickets you can get, no refunds, etc. Is there anyway I can take a later flight without spending more money? Does anyone have any experience with this? (I'm going Salt Lake City to Chicago)
Why can't I purchase a cheap air ticket on Italian MyAir.com from the US? [more inside]
Any of you guys have experience with RTW (round the world) air travel tickets? Any particular ones to recommend? I have been looking into STA off and on, and several other options have been uncovered. But it seems all the data I can find is depressingly out of date. I tried futzing around on this webboard, but, not knowing much at all about airports, pro-level flying, and the like, I was incredibly intimidated to the point of "not knowing where to start." [more inside]