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Saturday, 29 December 2007
cruise buffet So you want to take a cruise? With 24 major cruise lines offering trips to a variety of places at a wide range of prices, how do you pick the right one? Travel & Leisure magazine ( recently offered 10 tips for choosing the right cruise, and while most are common-sense suggestions, a few ideas might surprise you.
Less Airline Seats
Friday, 28 December 2007
airplane As we mentioned in the previous article, air fares are going up. But as you probably noticed if you tried to book last minute tickets this holiday season, seat availability is also going down. U.S. airlines, hoping to better compete with "budget” carriers like JetBlue and Virgin America, have chosen not to slash fares but to slash flights – less seats, they reason, will mean fuller flights and more demand for tickets. Following this reasoning, six U.S. airlines have trimmed their schedules for 2008 by over 4 percent, according to a report by USA Today.

The cuts in service are, carriers say, a response to increased fuel prices. William Swelbar, a research engineer at MIT's International Center for Air Transportation, told USA Today that "with $90 oil, (airlines) have to really look in the mirror … to see whether the economics still make sense." The six major carriers – American, United, Delta, Continental, Northwest and US Airways – handle about two-thirds of domestic air travel, and their schedule reductions will mean about 72,000 fewer seats per day.
Higher Airline Fares
Thursday, 27 December 2007
airplane The price of airline tickets will continue to rise, according to an expert on industry pricing trends. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram interviewed Rick Seaney, a data analyst who operates the website FareCompare, which tracks the price of tickets and projects what should be the best times to buy tickets. Seaney told the newspaper that, while ticket prices swing wildly on a day-to-day basis, overall there continues to be dramatic increases in fares, with little indication of when the price boosts will stop.

The good news, Seaney says, is that it will definitely have to stop somewhere. “[C]learly there's a tipping point somewhere, particularly for business travelers. At some point they skip the trip and do their business on a conference call. With the economy softening, we're seeing some belt-tightening,” he says. “And that's a problem for the airlines, because the business travelers are their bread and butter.” Along with almost all of their profitability, if they have any.
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