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Several big airlines’ peak-travel fees apply on fewer days

3 October 2011

Although airfares have been on the rise for the last year or so, there is good news for holiday travelers:

Several of the nation’s largest airlines have dramatically reduced the number of dates on which they will impose a peak-travel surcharge. The fees, which range from $20 to $40, are typically added to one-way fares for flights on such popular travel dates as the day before Thanksgiving.

source: Los Angeles Times

 

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