Question : Would you be willing to change your travel days if it saved you money?
Answer : Tuesday is your cheapest day to fly in August. Flexibility is paramount when booking travel plans in order to keep travel costs down.
Question : In the next four weeks, what day should you book your trip?
Answer : Since low prices are preferred, look at Aug 22nd. As of Jul 24th, it's showing the cheapest ticket sales at $915. That is 58% below the average price for this route, so you can spend that extra money on a fun experience in Berlin.
Question : When flying into Berlin, is Tegel Airport your cheapest option?
Answer : Flying into TXL is not the only way to get to Berlin. Try searching for flights to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) as well. Over the next two months, flights from PIT to BER are 52% cheaper than flights from PIT to TXL. Only 16 miles away, it’s easily accessible for most.
Question : Are you paying the cheapest or highest price for your ticket to Berlin?
Answer : Ranging anywhere from $789 to $5,441, prices for PIT to TXL do change a lot more than most routes from the United States. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.
Question : Do travelers from Pittsburgh typically stay in Berlin for very long?
Answer : The average time spent in Berlin by travelers from Pittsburgh is 26 days.
Question : Over the coming months, which airline is getting their passengers to Tegel Airport (TXL) round-trip the cheapest?
Answer : Turkish Airlines is the leader in keeping prices down for their passengers over the next three months. Bookings are being made at just $789 and, when compared to the more expensive bookings of $5,441, it's quite a deal.