Fare prediction website Farecast has finally gone international!
I've always found the site useful, but in a very limited way, since the times I'm most concerned with buying a fare at its cheapest is when I'm shelling out for expensive international airfare, not when I'm buying tickets for cheaper domestic travel. Farecast now has predictions for more than 200 markets from U.S. cities, including destinations in Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Canada.
If you aren't familiar or haven't used the site in a while, here's a refresher: When you enter a departure and destination city and your dates, you'll receive three results tabs. The first shows you actual airfares from different sources. Presumably, this is where Farecast makes its money, and that's why this pane is the first one you see.