Purchase one-way airfares to save time and money
Now that one-way airfares are commonplace, vacationers visiting multiple destinations can fly into and out of different airports. Rent a car in between, picking it up at your point of arrival and leaving it at your point of departure. One-way fares are especially handy for travel within larger states, like Florida and California, where itineraries often include lengthier drives to cities other than your arrival city.
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