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Air Travel to Get Pricier in 2008

LCT Staff
Posted on January 16, 2008

U.S. — With the price of fuel raising everyone’s costs, airlines are trying to increase business fares to offset the expenditure. Southwest fares are now capped at $379 one-way, vs. $299 a few years ago, but they are still hundreds of dollars cheaper than walk-up fares offered by legacy carriers. Business travelers can save when they travel on low-cost carriers and if they are able to plan their trips further in advance.

Source: Miami Herald — Travel Briefs

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