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Good travel agent, fligths in the Middle East

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I am planning a trip to the following countries:- Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.

I will need short haul flight between some cities and I have looked at prices online, which are very expensive. For example, a flight from Cairo to Damascus or Amman is approximately $320, the flying time of the flight is a little over an hour each way. I am aware that there isn't much competion on these routes.

I am not sure if I it is better to buy these flights from a travel agency in the Middle East, or if discounted airfares simply do not exist.

Any feedback would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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