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Articles tagged “thanksgiving”

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How to avoid flight delays while visiting your in-laws this Thanksgiving

Travelers should book based on their travel priorities. If a cheap ticket is their biggest concern, fly on 11/22, 11/23, or 11/27. If price is secondary to a quick flight and overall less stressful experience, then book on 11/22 or 11/23.

How to avoid flight delays while visiting your in-laws this Thanksgiving

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You’re going to hate Thanksgiving air travel even more this year: Busier, fuller and more expensive

Cutting on capacity and trying to increase yields have made the passenger experience lot worse, and this year we will see the full manifestation of that playing out during Thanksgiving week.

You’re going to hate Thanksgiving air travel even more this year: Busier, fuller and more expensive

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Airfare is more expensive than last Thanksgiving, but cheaper than the Fourth of July

Most flyers don’t realize whether airfares are increasing each year and are more concerned with booking the cheapest ticket; something that all sites agree will only increase as the holidays come closer.

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Holiday airfares are the same as last year — but they’ll be rising fast

It should be common sense by now that booking earlier secures better seats and cheaper flights. If you’re planning on going anywhere this winter, book now.

Holiday airfares are the same as last year — but they’ll be rising fast

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Planning on traveling this Thanksgiving? You should have booked yesterday

Avoid traveling on Wednesday and Sunday to avoid crowds and holiday fares; and check luggage fares before getting to the airport. Nothing can take the taste out of pumpkin pie like a $100 carry-on fee.

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Priceline: Get ready for higher holiday fares, thanks to lower capacity

Plan ahead, be prepared, scheme accordingly. Airfares have become a contact sport, thanks to lower capacity and higher yield play by domestic U.S. airlines