As the global economy recovers, airlines in the Asia-Pacific region have increased airfares. Travelers who reined in their travel plans because of the economic downturn have returned. "Airfares are generally a function of market demand and supply and they are adjusted depending on market conditions," a spokesman for Singapore Airline said. "Actual changes in fares also vary from route to route, and a range of fares is offered in different booking classes."

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