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  1. Anonymous


    I’m trying to book airfare from a major US city to London.

    I’ve always used Kayak to search for fares but would always book through the airlines directly; there was never any price difference until now.

    Kayak is quoting me a very good fare for flights operated by AA and BA. However, it’s showing them as Finnair codeshares, and these fares are only available through an OTA called Justfly. Some Google searches are making me skeptical of this website’s reliability. Is it safe to book these flights through justfly, or is it a scam? (Again, these really good fares are only available through Justfly.)


  2. No Name

    Hello Bill

    Are you thinking about post like these?

    I like this comment from a level 6 contributor on TA:
    “No, it adds no credibility. If the price is much cheaper it’s not real. Run for the hills and don’t look back.”


    If it looks too good to be true?

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