Flight booking hacks seem about as ubiquitous as grocery store coupons. From booking on a Wednesday to booking a connecting flight only to ditch the connection, the internet is filled with loads of virtual advice on how to fly around for less. But have you ever considered booking from another country?
Since airfares are notoriously inconsistent, and the person sitting next to you on the plane may have paid half or five times what you did, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that airlines charge different fares based on which country a ticket is booked from. This may have to do with supply and demand, currency valuation, which dart the fare-makers hit on the board that day, or any number of factors. But it is, in any case, a fact.