Volcano crisis could shift travelers' summer plans

04/21/2010 | Washington Post, The

Some airlines have started to reduce fares as part of an effort to boost demand to European destinations as carriers begin to recover from the disruption of the Icelandic volcano crisis. Meanwhile, some experts say the disruption in Europe could prompt Asian travelers to visit the U.S. instead of Europe this summer. They also noted U.S. travelers might opt for Caribbean or domestic destinations this summer.

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