A few months ago I wrote this post and for some reason I did not publish it.
Today everything looks so different already. It’s hard to believe how everything
Will we continue to fly and travel the world? When, then, will we be flying back
and how will it be?
In the not too distant past, there were many countries in Europe that suffered
from high tourist numbers and today the same countries are
Empty tourists and trying to think of a solution to how to get tourists back on
So by the time we get back to flying and traveling we can in the meantime plan
the moment when we book a plane ticket for a good price.
It turns out that it is possible to get a snapshot of the average flight prices to
different destinations by month and that’s what this post is about.
In a previous post, I wrote about the months when hotel prices were at a low,
Can we find cheap flights during those months and make our trip affordable
The Momondo website did a statistical check on when it is cheapest to fly to
different destinations in the world, and it is possible
See their test results in a graph that gives us, at the same time, also weather
information on the destination
And the amount of rainfall (rainfall).
For example: When is the cheapest flight to Auckland in New Zealand:
When to fly to Amsterdam Netherlands:
When to fly to Athens Greece:
When to fly to Boston:
When to fly to Beijing China:
When to fly to Bangkok Thailand:
When is the Cheapest to Fly to Berlin Germany:
When to fly to Barcelona Spain:
When to fly to Dublin Ireland:
When to fly to Heraklion Greece:
When to fly to Washington:
When to fly to Venice Italy:
When is the cheapest to fly to Tokyo Japan
When is the cheapest flight to Toronto Canada:
When is the cheapest flight to Johannesburg South Africa:
When is the cheapest flight to Johannesburg to Las Vegas
Wishing you good news for all of us and a quick return to flight routine!