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Thread: I was pricing flights to Montreal in March

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    I was pricing flights to Montreal in March

    holy crap are they expensive! what the hell happened? Almost $500 when my last trip was $280

    why????????????????????

    why??????????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by gamelessdork
    holy crap are they expensive! what the hell happened? Almost $500 when my last trip was $280

    why????????????????????

    why??????????????????
    I would imagine the region is so cold that time of year it would make flights into Montreal cheaper. $500 does sound like a lot. Maybe there's something going on in the city for the days you're pricing. Have you tried checking prices for travel which has you staying through a Saturday? That would typically provide the best rates.
    BïgPiçklê

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    Air Canada has raised their fares across the board.

    Their US competition has less incentive to keep airfares low.

    You may want to try itasoftware.com.

    If you don't care about service and want the lowest airfare, you might want to look at US carriers.

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    Check out KAYAK.COM

    You can compare flights with one click.

    Also, booking so far in advance is not your best bet - better to start checking about 3-4 weeks prior and check daily (delete your cookies though) for Aircanada sign up for seat sale events (they will send you an email with details of sale dates)

    Good luck
    Anik

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    What accounts for the higher fares? Just look at the base fare and add to it immigration and security fees on both sides of the border, airport improvement fees at Trudeau, GST, PST, fuel surcharges, and some other obscure taxes.
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