Airlines Coaxing Flyers Back With Fare Cuts

January 7, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – With the current recession negatively affecting the travel business, many airlines are bringing in the new year with sales on their airfare.

While the cost of services which have, in the last few years, become amenities (such as baggage, and water) will still be added to the price, airlines have been drastically lowering rates on their fare, with special prices being offered to specific destinations through the Winter and Spring months.

This new measure is hoped to bring travelers back to the airport, and stimulate an already falling business, as less and less people choose to leave home, instead saving what money they have for bills, or as an assurance if things are to get worst.

Companies participating in the fare sales include popular airlines such as Virgin America, JetBlue, and AirTran Airways. Offers, which are set to be released this month, will include trips from Florida to Puerto Rico for as low as $39, and various flights to the Mid-West and Western states from all over the country.


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One Response to “Airlines Coaxing Flyers Back With Fare Cuts”

  1. Seriously on January 8th, 2009 10:51 am

    It’s ‘Puerto Rico’

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