Airlines raise fares 13% for summer season, Travelocity says

04/5/2010 | Bloomberg

Data from Travelocity.com show U.S. airlines, including Delta and American Airlines, are charging an average of 13% more for summer airfares than they did last summer. "There's a pent-up demand after people trimmed vacations or cut back on spending in 2009," Travelocity.com Senior Editor Genevieve Shaw Brown said. "People have more confidence about spending on their vacations this year."

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