Runway incidents at airports are a daily occurrence in the United States. The solid majority, however, are minor.
Delta, American, United and Continental confirmed Friday that the surcharge they add up to six days during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays. That's down from about two dozen of last year, according to the price-tracking Web site FareCompare.com
U.S. Airways has surcharges 18 days in November and December, according to CEO Rick Seaney fare compare. The airline does not immediately return messages for comment.
Friday deals listed for around Thanksgiving – but avoiding the extra day – including Dallas-Los Angeles round trips from € 219, and Washington, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Denver-San Diego for less than $ 190. Some trips would result in a seven-day stay, one-stop flights instead of non-stop, and the outbound and return flights on various airlines that code-sharing agreements.
"I do not recall seeing things that are low, and we do not even have a ticket war going on," said Parsons.
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Submited at Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 at 1:00 am on Deals by dave
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