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Do increasing prices for fuels affect airline ticket prices?
The prices for both have gone up. You have probably seen the detail airline companies that say that the cost of aviation fuels has increased last year or so by 50 per cent or so. Why more is being said now is because airline companies say, yes, more will be paid by people. Fares increases will not impact many services until autumn, and for most home services they will be between $5 and $10 per service (less for short services, more for longer services).
There have been some rises in our rates for Europe in the coming years. In the last year I have written about great offers for Europe in automn, and many of this year's falls rates are a bit higher, but not much. The prices are round trips and were found on farecompare.com. It was $332 last year. $348 this falls.
332 dollars this autumn. Last autumn, $486. Last year, $397. This autumn, $492. In general, the longer the journey, the more the ticket price will jump. We have even seen lower prices on some autumn routes: $397 last year. $342 this year. Autumn is usually a good season to go flying, but you can make it bigger.
Nobody wants to get a 5 a.m. plane, and the airline companies know that, which is why morning flying is usually a business. Always check fares across multiple locations because you never know which airline has the best offer and not all reservation pages contain all of them.
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