Interestingly, international flight prices haven't increased too much in the past 10 years or so, despite inflation. This is an indication that demand is constant and costs have lowered, resulting in a fairly stable price.
Though, everyone wants to save a buck or two when they can, and with clever planning and a bit of forethought, you can save potentially hundreds of dollars when booking flights both domestically and internationally.
The research crew over at Kayak analysed more than a billion (!) flight searches to uncover how far in advance you should book to score the cheapest flights, as well as the best days of the week to book and the ideal time of day.
Their research found that Aussies can save more than 75 percent by booking airfares at the right time and that. unsurprisingly, weekdays trump weekends as the cheaper days to travel.