Higher fares due to soaring price of fuel not hurting bookings -- yet

05/9/2008 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Some consumers may start to cut back on air travel because of higher fares, observers say. Many airlines have added surcharges in an attempt to help offset the soaring price of jet fuel. Advance bookings for the next few months are reportedly strong, but some analysts warn that if the U.S. economy continues to decline, consumers may limit their air travel budgets.

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