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ExpertFlyer is a great tool for saving time and money booking paid or award flights.
And via View From the Wing, ExpertFlyer now has new information for Delta flights. This includes available seats for paid flights, fare rules, and seat maps.
Last year, ExpertFlyer added Delta information to their site. So, expanding ExpertFlyer is great news for Delta flyers and ExpertFlyer members.
Although with the new Delta search information, you will NOT be able to find available Delta upgrades like you can for other airlines.
I’ll explain more about using ExpertFlyer!
Save Time & Money With ExpertFlyer
ExpertFlyer offers great tools for folks traveling on both paid and award tickets.
There are 3 available memberships including:
- Free seat alert membership
- ~$5 per month basic membership
- ~$10 per month or ~$100 per year premium membership
A paid subscription could be well worth it for many folks. Because instead of going to multiple websites to search individual airlines, you can do it all in one place.
A free 5-day trial is also available to see if the site is useful for you.
Depending on your membership, you’ll have access to the following information for certain airlines:
- Awards & Upgrades
- Flight Availability Search
- Flight Timetables
- Flight Status
- Flight Details
- Seat Map
- Fare Information Search
- Travel Information Search
- Flight Alerts or Seat Alerts
Remember, not all of the above information is available for every airline. For example, ExpertFlyer will not have available upgrade seats on Delta.
Which are your favorite tools to use on ExpertFlyer?