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July 24, 2017
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Americas: Myth Buster: One-Way Airfares Aren’t Always More


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A new report out from the Airlines Reporting Corp. puts a dent in the idea that you’re always going to pay more to buy a one-way airline ticket. ARC looked at the premium paid for one-way tickets versus the cost of the same route on a round-trip ticket and found negligible differences in some markets.

“While some markets still have a premium, there are many markets where the premium has started to—or already has—disappeared,” the study report states. “An analysis of the top 200 markets sold by U.S. travel agents … revealed that 59 markets (almost 30 percent) have seen a reduction in the one-way premium by at least 25 percent since 2014.”

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