Frequently Asked Questions
Who would use this website?
Can I purchase tickets on this site?
Do prices include all taxes and fees?
What do the prices mean in the search results?
Which airlines are included in the search?
How do I reach you for suggestions and corrections to the site?
Why are only some airports given as destination options on the map?
What if I want to add another destination to the list?
Every destination I've searched is over my budget - any suggestions?
Can I search based on flexible dates?
Is there a Fare Fusion mobile app available?
The itinerary I want has multiple airlines, how can I tell which flight legs are for which airlines?
Q: Who would use this website?
A: Any people looking to travel to the same destination from different origins. This could include vacation planning for friends or family, or organizing business meetings and offsite retreats.
Q: Can I buy tickets on this site?
A: At this time, FareFusion only provides the search capability. Tickets can be purchased through the airlines directly or other traditional travel search sites.
Q: Do prices include all taxes and fees?
A: They are as close to all inclusive as possible. Depending on where tickets are actually purchased from, the price may be different to cover that site's own additional fees. Since Fare Fusion displays fares in the local currency, there may be a small difference based on the currency conversion as well. Also, price and availability can change over time.
Q: What do the prices mean in the search results?
A: Each price shown in the results table is the lowest fare found for that date. It assumes one adult traveler and a round-trip ticket. While we try to be as accurate as possible, Fare Fusion cannot guarantee prices, and fares are shown in the local currency for that traveler's origin.
Q: Which airlines are included in the search?
A: We strive to give you results for as many carriers as possible, however there are some exceptions. Some low-cost carriers, such as Southwest, Allegiant, and easyJet only allow you to search their fares and buy tickets on their own websites. American and Delta have recently tightened their distribution networks making their data no longer freely available. Here at Fare Fusion, we are patiently waiting for American and Delta to grant us permission to access their data.
Q: How do I reach you for suggestions and corrections to the site?
A: We'd love to hear from you, please send us an email at email@example.com.
Q: Why are only some airports given as destination options on the map?
A: Only hub airports were listed because they have a larger number of flights and likely will be lower priced options.
Q: What if I want to add another destination not on the list?
A: The autocomplete list includes all US commercial airports (hubs and non-hubs), so just type in your selection to one of the destination text boxes. Due to the large number of international non-hub airports only hubs are included outside the US.
Q: Every destination I've searched is over my budget - any suggestions?
A: Check out the list of busiest airports on our Travel Tips page. The airports with more flights tend to have more competition between airlines and hence lower prices.
Q: Can I search based on flexible dates?
A: To search alternate dates you will need to conduct a new search for each set of dates.
Q: Is there a Fare Fusion mobile app available?
A: We try our best to make our site mobile friendly, however, we do not have apps available specifically for iOS or Android at this time.
Q: The itinerary I want has multiple airlines, how can I tell which flight legs are for which airlines?
A: Flight numbers are listed in chronological order and the corresponding two-letter code for the airline is in parentheses next to the airline name. In addition, we've made a simple list for you of which airlines are part of the SkyTeam, OneWorld, and Star Alliance groups on the Travel Tips page.