. . . Andrew Coggins, a clinical professor of management at Pace University, teaches courses in subjects like tourism management, but he doesn’t stay in the classroom year-round. Every year, he goes on 30 to 70 flights, and he suggests that if you’re on a long flight, taking two different airlines is often cheaper.
For instance, if you want to go on a trip from New York City to Singapore, a ticket might cost $2,500. But you may find that to fly from New York to Hong Kong is $1,600 and then from Hong Kong to Singapore, on another flight, is only $400, Coggins says.
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