FlySpy – Finally, A Useful Airfare Service?

Jen and I like vacationing in Europe – our heritage pretty much dictates it. We don’t really care when we go. We’ve got a general idea of what we want tickets to cost and are happy to build a vacation around that price.

As Dave points out the “I don’t care when, just how much” traveler has been stuck hunting-and-pecking arbitrary calendar dates on the various travel sites finding something that makes sense.

My experience with Orbitz gave me first-hand knowledge of the volatility of airfare prices. Just like at eBay, you’re not really sure what the final price is until after the transaction.

Hopefully, once FlySpy launches, those days will be over.

Google just gave me this alpha link.

UPDATE 16 May 2006: podcast of my interview with Robert Metcalf