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The price to be paid by an aircraft passenger for a particular journey.
- ‘The reason airfares are generally so much lower at Baltimore is the presence of low-cost carriers, like Southwest.’
- ‘Travel to London or Amsterdam or choose Paris or Vienna and stay for up to six months with an airfare priced from $1799.’
- ‘This is the newest trend in searching for airfares.’
- ‘With airfares at historic lows and fuel prices soaring, even full planes may not be enough to turn the tide at some airlines.’
- ‘I would then expect to see a corresponding increase in airfares that surviving airlines will heartily embrace.’
- ‘Stubbornly low airfares hurt the airlines, but the biggest culprit is the soaring cost of jet fuel.’
- ‘The site aims to find you the best real-time prices on airfares by trawling 35 airlines and travel websites.’
- ‘Price airfares and vacation packages on several different sites to see what the average rate is for your travel dates.’
- ‘Wong says the increase in Australian visitors is due mainly to better airfares and more convenient aircraft connections in and out of Auckland.’
- ‘But perhaps more significantly, the move reflects the growing ability of discount airlines to dictate airfares.’
- ‘Critics have charged the airline was reckless in reducing airfares during such a turbulent time in the industry.’
- ‘The new Mayor is also concerned that the rising price of airfares may be having an impact on tourism in Killarney.’
- ‘Many Wall Street analysts do not understand how lowering airfares will raise revenues.’
- ‘That's probably bad news for the industry, which has blamed its billion dollar losses partially on persistently low airfares.’
- ‘As low-cost carriers began to offer $200 airfares, the public became enraged that prices had been so high for so long.’
- ‘Theoretically, fewer airlines should mean higher airfares.’
- ‘Since Vanguard stopped flying, airfares have risen in Kansas City and service has diminished.’
- ‘You'll find the best prices on airfares if you can be flexible about dates and time.’
- ‘If the fare for both business and leisure travelers was the same, leisure airfares would have to rise to make up the difference.’
- ‘The fall in the price of airfares, thanks to seasonal reductions in September being greater than in the same month last year, was mirrored on a smaller scale by reduced prices for sea travel.’
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