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A lot of people want to fly, and airlines have fewer seats to sell.
Would you pay an additional $60 for extra legroom? Airlines are betting that you just might.
Inflation data shows that consumer prices went up 4.2% year over year — the most since 2008.
We compared prices from different airlines.
Lower airfares are making it easier to book travel to destinations across the Atlantic, especially to Europe, this summer. Competition between low-cost and traditional carriers are helping to bring prices down. But how long will this last? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.