Why is flying still expensive even though fuel’s gotten so cheap?


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One of my favorite Airfare websites : skyscanner.com


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Welcome to Swint Travel Blog! My name is Mark A Swint and I enjoy Traveling or you can say that I have the travel bug. The purpose of this website is to share travel ideas and travel tips that will invite inexperienced travelers as well as those who are well traveled get away and try something new. My family and I have traveled to many places around the United States as well as the Caribbean, Central America, and Europe. My goal is to get viewers and bloggers excited about going to see places you have never been. (Switching Careers) Living in beautiful Michigan all my life, I currently work in the Auto Industry, however it is my goal to switch to the hospitality/travel industry in the near future. There are so many places on my bucket list for travel, please feel free to share your travel experience with me so that we can have an exchange of ideas.

Thank you for visiting my website and I hope that the pictures and the travel tips get you motivated to try some place new!

Happy Travels!



2 Comments Add yours

  1. snowtoseas says:

    Along the lines of the article, I have totally seen a bunch of airlines recently invest in new planes, so I guess that is a reason for the existence of pricey airfares. However, like you mentioned, skyscanner is my saviour…and I have been able to get significantly lower fares in the last year for transatlantic trips. The first two times I travelled from Europe to North America, I paid over $1000 CAD. The past two times, I’ve paid around or under $700 CAD.

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  2. Thank you for your comment, I hope these airlines are replacing these old planes, especially Spirit, lol, but it seems as though fares have been bumped up $100 each way, what a racket when fuel is down in cost😫 oh well I appreciate your comment .


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