Study Abroad Flights
Flexibility is key if you want to snag a cheap international flight! If you can, avoid departing on weekends, if possible, as Friday and Saturday flights tend to be more expensive. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are typically the cheapest days to fly. You can also be flexible with timing—early morning or red-eye flights tend to be the cheapest, so if you can sleep on a plane, you can save some serious cash!
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Take advantage of in-country transport
If you're studying abroad in a smaller city or town, try flying into a bigger airport and then taking a cheap domestic flight or train to your final destination. For example, if you're studying abroad in Berlin, you might try flying in Paris, Munich or even London and then taking a cheap flight or train to Berlin.