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Frequently asked questions


How can I find cheap flights?

Flights.co.uk makes it easy to find the best deals on flights and also book cheap flights to thousands of holiday destinations. Simply choose your dates from our handy search tool and compare a huge range of airfares from all your preferred airlines to find the cheapest flights available.

When is the best time to find flight deals?

Flying at anti-social times, such as first thing in the morning or late at night, will often result in cheaper airfares. Also, consider less popular days, such mid-week, rather than booking a flight over the weekend or Friday or Monday. It’s also worth noting that the earlier you book, the better the flight deals are. If you’re planning to fly in the school holidays, this is particularly important in finding cheap airfares. Saying that, some flight deals can be available at the last minute, so keep your eyes open for late deals on flights too.

What extra costs should I be aware of?

Many airlines now charge extra for specific items, so take good care to check similar flight deals else a cheap flight can easily end up costing more than you expect. Items that may cost more include: changes to flight reservations and name changes, flight confirmation via text, on-board food and drink, pre-booking selected seating, extra leg room seats, excess baggage, sporting goods, prams and child seats.

What will I need to do at the airport?

First, give yourself plenty of time at the airport, so be there 2 - 3 hours prior to your scheduled departure time. If in doubt, check your travel documents for advice from your airline. Once you arrive, proceed to the correct check-in counter with your passport and travel documents. After, go through security and passport control. Once you’re through passport control, check the gate number and flight status on the departure boards. Finally, if you have time, buy a drink, find a seat and relax before boarding your flight.

What is a baggage allowance?

A baggage allowance is the limit imposed by an airline on luggage that can be taken by passengers onto the plane. Airlines have size and weight restrictions to ensure each passenger's belongings can fit in the cabin. Additional charges may be applied for excess baggage. Before you travel, please make sure you check your baggage allowance with the airline you are flying with. Airlines sometimes change their baggage information, so it’s worth double checking before you fly.

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