Jack Sheldon is a self-confessed “cheap flight hacker” who says he can “help you find cheap fares and learn some tricks.”
The expert revealed that booking your flights a certain amount of time in advance could help you land some of the best deals.
He noted, however, that this depends on the time of year you hope to leave.
He explains: “Last-minute deals won’t be very common as airlines do their best to take advantage of business travelers and increase their last-minute fares.
“Six to 12 weeks in advance is the sweet spot, but it varies greatly.
“For peak and holiday seasons, I recommend checking when the flights show up, usually 11 to 12 months in advance.”
He does, however, have reservations about this tip when booking with certain airlines that offer regular sales.
He said: “For Ryanairi would wait until they have a flash sale to book.
Mr Kelvin previously told Express.co.uk: “Prices will rise dramatically during the school holidays or to destinations such as Dubai or South Africa over the Christmas period to popular destinations such as Spain and Turkey.
“If you’re willing to travel to a destination in the off-season or mid-season, you’ll likely find much cheaper flights and hotel deals.”
If you have a specific destination in mind, good advance planning is essential.
Mr Kelvin added: “Last minute flights are not usually cheaper, and this is because most airfares are set by specific fare groups that are only available on certain pre-set dates before your flight.”