About 30 percent of airlines’ operating costs are fuel. With the large dip in fuel prices, consumers might expect to see a dip in ticket prices.
After the cold, stormy and expensive winter that cancelled and delayed flight nationwide, a Purdue retail expert outlines what this means for travelers.
Storms in the Northeast are causing some airlines to allow flexible holiday travelers to change their flights this week.
Over the next two decades, the FAA says traffic will double, but some airports are most conservative with their growth estimates.