I run Skiplagged, a site being sued by United Airlines and Orbitz for exposing pricing inefficiencies that save consumers lots of money on airfare. Ask me almost anything!
I launched Skiplagged.com last year with the goal of helping consumers become savvy travelers. This involved making an airfare search engine that is capable of finding hidden-city opportunities, being kosher about combining two one-ways for cheaper than round-trip costs, etc. The first of these has received the most attention and is all about itineraries where your destination is a layover and actually cost less than where it's the final stop. This has potential to easily save consumers up to 80% when compared with the cheapest on KAYAK, for example. Finding these has always been difficult before Skiplagged because you'd have to guess the final destination when searching on any other site.
Unfortunately, Skiplagged is now facing a lawsuit for making it too easy for consumers to save money. Ask me almost anything!
yahoo's poll: http://i.imgur.com/i14I54J.png
Wow, this is getting lots of attention. Thanks everyone.
If you're trying to use the site and get no results or the prices seem too high, that's because Skiplagged is over capacity for searches. Try again later and I promise you, things will look great. Sorry about this.