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    I'm travelling with a friend to Peru this summer for a month to do voluntary work. We will have to change flights twice to get to our destination. We're not really savvy in this area, can anyone who has done something similar recommend whether to book flights straight with an airline/airlines or whether to use a travel agent? Have looked at some potential flights on airline web pages and they cost nearly a grand :eek:
    We're on a student budget of course, so obviously the cheaper the better, that's what I'm really trying to get at, although if one is particularly less hassle-prone or any other pros/cons would be much appreciated.
    Thanks in advance

    I'd recommend looking at Skyscanner, Kayak and STA and compare the prices with booking direct with the airline

    Definitely go straight to the airline, that's how you'll get the best prices, or use a comparison site that'll guide you to the cheapest travel companies. I've always found Skyscanner to be the best personally.
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