US Airfares At Cheapest Levels Since 2010, Government Says  

US Airfares At Cheapest Levels Since 2010, Government Says   

The average round-trip U.S. airfare was $372 in the third quarter, the cheapest price for a ticket since 2010, the federal government said Tuesday. The price was down 6.2 percent from the same period in 2014, according to the Transportation Department’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Airlines have been passing along some of their fuel cost savings…

Photo: Airplanes are seen parked on the tarmac at the international airport of Santiago, Chile December 17,  2015.  REUTERS/Carlos Vera 

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