InsanelyCheapFlights launches new popular destination deals

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InsanelyCheapFlights.com, the online travel agency specializing in helping travelers find low priced flights, has revealed its latest popular destination deals.

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InsanelyCheapFlights.com, the online travel agency specializing in helping travelers find low priced flights, has revealed its latest popular destination deals.

With the U.S. economy recovering from the pandemic, domestic flight demand has been increasing over the past several months. The online platform revealed its latest deals for popular destinations this week including New York, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles among the top ranking cities with the highest booking demand.

With a range of flight booking options, InsanelyCheapFlights.com are offering $50 discounts with a special traveler Promo Code, with featured deals including flights to Orlando and Las Vegas starting at just $61.80.

For travelers looking to arrange a trip to a popular destination for business or leisure, the platform offers a quick online booking system which displays live flight data and the recommended routes for a variety of popular airlines. Travel bookings can also be made with added travel protection in case of trip cancellations, travel disruptions and mechanical issues impacting the flight journey. However, some baggage fares may be charged independently by some airlines for larger items.

New research revealed this week showed that 88% of families said they would likely travel in the next 12 months, with Florida among other states seen as the most in-demand destinations for tourism and business travel.

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InsanelyCheapFlights.com also offers its online booking system for users that want to arrange hotel stays as well as car reservations for when they arrive at their destination. This allows users to fully manage and book their trip through one dashboard, saving time and money with deals that can be accessed through the latest offers.

As the travel industry returns to normal, flight bookings are set to increase well into next year, with advanced bookings for the Christmas season steadily increasing.

Have you considered booking a flight in the next few months?

In partnership with InsanelyCheapFlights.com

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