Airfares within Europe fall sharply as competition increases

07/11/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Recent airfares within Europe are surprisingly inexpensive compared with U.S. fares, this article says. Observers note that new low-fare competitors in the European market have resulted in a sharp drop in fares. "Even after taxes, you see a better fare per mile in the European Union than you do in the United States," said Mark Milke, a director at Fraser Institute, a public policy research group.

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