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Google Flights and travel agencies

Google Flights and travel agencies

  1. Maria V.

    Hello everyone,
    I was looking for flights ex-Europe to Hong Kong and came across an LH/LX F ticket priced at just under 3500€ Rt. The problem is that once I choose both legs, Google flights display the price the ticket at around 5300€ (Booking with LH/LX), but at the bottom it says that I can book said ticket via a travel agency for the initially displayed price. Is there any way to determine whether that price is valid or not? If it is, how do I go on about finding a travel agency? For what it’s worth, I tried looking for the same flight on the same dates at Skyscanner and Momondo and the lowest price I was able to get was above 4100€ and the timing of those flights isn’t as convenient for me.

    Thanks!

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