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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by uggboy, Jan 13, 2015.
The airline executives standing between you and cheap plane tickets
Thanks for posting, uggboy! Is anyone particularly surprised at this "news"?
I guess, not really. Cheers.
Gas is dropping two cents a litre up here tomorrow, bringing it down to 87.9 cents a litre for regular fuel. Last year, gas hit a high of about $1.40 a litre in the Toronto area, more then a cuppa Tim Horton's coffee at the time. Now my wife reminds me that a litre of fuel costs much less then the cup of Timmie's that we enjoy so often.
99.99 cents per liter here today.
I saw 69.9 cents per litre today.
Cursed those damn aerogangsteros...
I bet the airfares in South Africa have dropped precipitously.
Well, at least one airline has advertised a drop in fuel surcharges. They also have a chart explaining how the surcharge is calculated.
Make that two airlines that have given some $ back due to fuel costs dropping.
Isn't JAL dropping YQ's as well soon?
Possibly a third airline trimming their YQ, one of the Middle Eastern ones I think, but I can't remember which one.
There is hope afterall
Delta.... are you paying attention?
LOL, that's funny.