Last August, Andrea Giacobbe logged on to Skyscanner, a European metasearch engine like Expedia and Travelocity that scans multiple journey websites and surfaces the most cost effective fare. Giacobbe, a 52-12 months-old administration marketing consultant, was seeking to ebook a flight from New York City to Genoa, Italy—a visit he is made numerous times for family visits. He’d at all times relied on Skyscanner for a discount. This time, the most cost effective fare wasn’t that low cost: It was for an Alitalia flight that made two stops, through Milan and Rome, for $2,050. Surprised on the excessive quote, he decided to name Alitalia. Immediately, the airline offered a $1,550 flight with only one cease in Rome. It was cheaper. It would get there faster. They even provided him a reduced automobile rental.
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