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Has anyone use airlineconsolidator.com?

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I'm interested in purchasing 5 airfare tickets from them and they seem to have the best price so far. It's $990 to go to Spain in August through this site vs $1200 on Kayak. Our itinerary is the following:

ORD>BCN 8/19/2011 and MAD>ORD 9/3/2011

Alitalia is their cheapest option which comes out to be $990, although the same fare comes out to $1700 on Alitalia's own website. I understand that it's a consolidated fare and that's why it's so low. We're also just looking for a cheap way to get to Spain. So my questions are:

Is airlineconsolidator.com a decent site (compared to airfare.com)?
What is booking class S for Alitalia?

Thanks!

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