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Ever since covid, the best travel advice I can give anyone is to book your flights directly on the airline website. There have been far too many times when I have booked a flight through a third-party website such as Skyscanner or Booking.com. This has always backfired on me, and I've had to pay so much money on change fees or even lost my flight completely because someone got sick, something came up, or the airline rescheduled my flight. Ever since covid, almost every single major airline offers no change fee for tickets. If you book directly with the airline, you will always be able to change your flight without a fee, and will only need to pay the difference if the other tickets are more expensive.
This is good advice, thank you. Typically, when I travel to Greece, I expect that I can be a bit spontaneous, and I used those third part sites all the time. I haven't been tor Greece since Covid, though, and it makes sense that it is easy to book flights direclty.
The best travel advice going to Hellas.

JUST GO!!!!!
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This is great advice because it is much easier to cancel them through the airlines in case you can't go!

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