Average domestic fares jump 4.4% in Q2, DOT says

07/24/2008 | USA Today

According to a study from the Department of Transportation, the average domestic airfare jumped by 4.4% in the first quarter compared with last year. The average fare paid this year was $332 for domestic routes, and Boston's airport ushered in the highest year-to-year increase among the 100 largest U.S. airports. Aviation experts predict fares will continue to rise in the months ahead due to the high cost of fuel.

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