Airline fares go up, down (Winston-Salem Journal)

Another round of airline fare increases faltered yesterday as two carriers backed down, including Continental Airlines Inc., which had started the price increases of $10 a round trip on many U.S. flights to offset rising fuel costs.


Posted March 22, 2005

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