Summer travel: Where the deals are … and aren't
from The Wall Street Journal
Planning a summer trip? Prepare to pay up if you need to fly or drive there. Travelers are facing fare increases of Olympic proportion this summer, even if they have no plans to watch Michael Phelps take the plunge in London. Rising fuel costs, paired with airline mergers, mean higher ticket prices all around and fewer flights on some routes. And most hotel rates are up around 5 percent because operators expect stronger summer demand.
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