News & Opinion | June 29, 2018 5:00 am

Concorde Is a Flight Deal Website Made Exclusively For Impulsive Travelers

It will help you figure out where to go and the best time to fly.

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A pilot recently fell asleep on the job, but luckily no one was injured. (Getty Images)
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Are you one of those people that gets hit with an urge to travel anywhere, at any time? There’s a website to help you with that: Concorde.io. The site is an airfare aggregator that lists flight deals you can book in the moment, pulled from sites around the internet. It is made for the spontaneous traveler, one with a lot of flexibility or the inability to make a decision. The wholesale list of flights is amazing, writes Condé Nast Traveler, with $131 round-trip deals in the U.S. on United, or flight to Cape Town, South Africa for $700. You don’t need to know your dates, it will help you figure out when to buy. Just go to the site and hit the “Deals” tab and scroll through to see what your options are. You can limit your search by place or by time of year, and you can also customize your profile so that you can choose from specific airports.

There is no charge to search or book through Concorde, but the site does receive commissions on the bookings. John Marbach, Concorde’s founder, said that fall is historically the cheapest time to fly and is an amazing time to visit places like Paris.