Even with the increased demand, don’t expect ticket prices to go down. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, airlines are in the business of making money. And that’s just what they’re gonna do. “Healthy air-travel demand and lower, yet still volatile, fuel prices are helping U.S. airlines close the gap to average U.S. corporate profitability,” said Heimlich.
I’m going several places this summer, and flying at least once. These numbers really don’t surprise me. I’m actually glad more people are flying. To me, it means the economy is improving. Finally. Are you flying anywhere this summer?
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