Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). It means that the deal was sold out or supplier (airline/agency) has changed the conditions or removed the offer.
As yesterday’s Tweet with screenshots of last minute flights out of Florida to escape hurricane Irma was of a big demand and apparently (hopefully) help, we decided to search for more flights. This time we have included direct links to fares (screenshots are clickable as well) — as people requested a lot about it.
We’ll be updating post with more finds!
Note, that demand is high and fares can disappear within minutes.
Miami to Phoenix, AZ
Fort Lauderdale to Cleveland, OH
Fort Myers to Omaha, NE
Flight has a stop in Chicago…
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