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Helping travelers find outstanding last minute first class fares, IFlyFirstClass today revealed its top tips to saving money on last minute flights.

Helping travelers find outstanding last minute first class fares, IFlyFirstClass today revealed its top tips to saving money on last minute flights.

Helping travelers find outstanding luxury airfare deals, IFlyFirstClass today revealed its top tips to saving money on last minute flights. A leading travel service providing discount premium flights around the world, IFlyFirstClass is dedicated to making luxury travel more accessible and affordable for all travelers.

"Most airlines offers some incredible last minute deals, but many people do not know how to access those discounts," notes Julia Graft, IFlyFirstClass public relations manager. "By offering a few industry tips, we hope to encourage travelers to seek out these deals and consider traveling to exciting international destinations amid the luxury of business and first class cabins."

Some of IFlyFirstClass' best suggestions on finding fantastic last minute premium flight deals include:

1. Embrace Flexibility. 
Having a little leeway on travel dates, departure cities, destinations and trip accommodations can save travelers hundreds of dollars. While some emergency situations may not allow travelers to be flexible about flight dates, many major cities around the world boast several airports within a couple of hours' drive. San Francisco-bound travelers, for example, might consider nearby airports in Oakland and San Jose for cheaper fares. London itself boasts six airports, many of which may be cheaper than titan Heathrow. Potential passengers should also consider that there may be savings to be found by booking the trip as a package, including lodging, car rentals and attraction tickets.

2. Timing is Everything. 
Late night and early morning flights are often less expensive than midday routes on regular flights, and that caveat holds true for last minute luxury flights as well. Similarly, midweek travel is generally cheaper, so travelers should aim for flying on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

3. Upgrade your expectations. 
Last minute business and first class rates are frequently less expensive than last minute coach prices, so passengers who normally travel in coach should take a look at last minute business class fares, and those who regularly fly in business class should seek out last minute first class prices.

4. Check Early and Often. 
Major airlines release most last minute airfare deals on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in hopes of luring last-minute weekend travelers. Potential travelers should get in the habit of occasionally checking airfare and airline sites so they know what airline tickets in their region generally cost.IFlyFirstClass suggests that prospective passengers sign up for the major air carriers' weekly emails to stay on top of the deals and watch their pricing trends.

5. Book and Fly At A Moment's Notice. 
Last minute first class deals aren't often available for long periods of time, so travelers should be ready to act on any good deals they find as quickly as possible. In many cases, the best last minutes discounts are available for flights within the next week, to passengers should be ready to travel quickly.

6. Check with A Travel Company Specializing in Discount Luxury Travel
IFlyFirstClass is dedicated to providing deep discounts on premium travel in business and first class, and can offer significant savings on airfare and time. "Our experienced travel professionals are immersed in the world of discounted last minute travel and handle all of the searching, comparing and booking for their clients," Graft says. "We delight in finding the best discounts available, especially on last minute luxury flights."

For more information about traveling at the last minute for less, call the travel specialists at IFlyFirstClass toll-free at (888) 347-7817, or visit the company website at

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6.) CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS: Ticket changes may incur penalties and/or increased fares in addition to any stated change fees. Advance notice is required to change reservations. To change or cancel your flight itinerary, call this travel agency or the airline you are scheduled to take. Airlines may apply substantial fees and additional charges for changes to some non-refundable tickets prior to departure date. After departure date, your unused airline ticket may have no residual value. If canceling, return the unused tickets to us for refund or credit. Most special, excursion, and discount tickets have various travel restrictions and may have a penalty for change or cancellation. Be sure you understand these restrictions. If you change your plans enroute, ask the airline to apply the value of your unused ticket toward the purchase of a new ticket. If a refund is due, obtain a receipt from the airline. If you are holding guaranteed hotel reservations which you may wish to cancel, notify the hotel as soon as possible and in no event later than 4 p.m. local time to avoid mandatory payment.

7.) AIRLINE SCHEDULE CHANGES: Airlines reserve the right to cancel or change schedules without notice. Schedules shown are based on expected flying times as indicated by the airlines. Because weather and other factors may affect operating conditions, departures and arrivals cannot be guaranteed nor are they the responsibility of I Fly First Class LLC.

8.) INSURANCE: Airline and other travel suppliers insurance for baggage have limited liability. Your personal insurance may not adequately cover losses incurred by cancellation, accident, illness or stolen or damaged property. We strongly urge you to purchase additional insurance offered to you.

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10.) PREPAID TICKETS: If your travel agent arrangement involved a request for prepaid airline tickets, picked up by the passenger at an airline ticket counter, please note that most carriers require a mandatory non- refundable service charge. We appreciate your understanding of this charge imposed by the airline and not by our office, in order to provide this service.

11.) RESPONSIBILITY: This travel agency acts only as agent in all matters connected with the making and securing of reservations for transportation, accommodations, tours, and/or other arrangements for the retail clients of this agency and for various disclosed principles and contractors in the form of airlines, ship lines, tour wholesalers, limousine services, and owners or contractors providing accommodations, transportation, and/or other services, hereinafter referred to as “suppliers.” This travel agency does not own, manage, control, or operate any transportation vehicle, hotel, restaurant, insurance company, tour or sightseeing company or any other service that would fit into the classification of “supplier.” As an agent, all related tariffs as well as the terms and conditions specified by each “supplier.” The acceptance of such coupons, exchange orders, receipts, contracts, and tickets shall be deemed to be consent to the foregoing conditions and also to the further condition that neither this travel agency nor any of its representatives shall be or become liable or responsible for any loses, injury, or damage to person, property or otherwise in connection with any accommodations, transportation or other services resulting directly or indirectly from any acts of God, including but not limited to dangers incident to the sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of governments or other authorities, de jure or de facto, wars, whether declared or not, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, thefts, pilferage, epidemics, quarantines medical or customs regulations, defaults, delays or cancellations of or changes in itinerary, routing or scheduling from any cause beyond the control of this travel agency or from any loss or damage resulting from insufficient improperly issued passports, visas or other documents and that neither this travel agency nor any of its representatives shall be or become liable or responsible for any additional or liability sustained or incurred as a result of the foregoing causes. This travel agency is not responsible nor liable for defaults of “suppliers” or any other person, company or incorporation not directly under its control. In the case of air, ship, rail, automobile, or other form of transportation, the passenger contract in use by the provider of such transportation, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the passenger and such airline, ship line, railroad, car rental, or other company.

12.) PASSPORT/TRAVEL VISA: Travel outside of your home country may require the need for valid travel documents such as: passport, visa, re-entry permit, health certificate, inoculation record, a ticket for the return journey or continuance of your trip, or ANY combination thereof. The responsibility for the proper documentation rests with the individual passenger, not Branson Travel Agency. Concerns about the required travel documents may be resolved by contacting the appropriate consulate or embassy.

13.) MISC: The use of coupons from two or more tickets issued as round trip fares for the purpose of circumventing restrictions is called ‘Back To Back Ticketing’ or ‘nested excursions’ and is expressly forbidden. It occurs when flight coupons are intentionally not used or they are used out of sequence in order to circumvent airline fare rules. Airlines and travel agents are prohibited from issuing such tickets. Each airline reserves the right to deny transportation to passengers found using tickets in this manner. Travelers will be held responsible for the difference between the fare paid and the fare of the actual itinerary. Additionally, airlines reserve the right to assess additional charges that could include an additional ticket purchase for passengers who may be too large to comfortably sit in one seat. Airlines reserve the right to assess an additional charge at the time of check in for two or more pieces of luggage and/or for non-standard luggage. Examples of non-standard luggage include, but are not limited to, the following: Sporting goods and equipment (ex: golf clubs and skis), Tools, Musical instrument cases, Trunks, Large portfolios, Boxes, Car seats, Animal carriers (additional live animal handling charge may apply)

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