The US cities being most, least affected by airfare hikes

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Airfare costs are rising as demand surges in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and fuel prices skyrocket, but some cities are feeling these ticket hikes more than others. According to a new year-over-year study by CheapAir.com, travelers departing from Dayton, Ohio, can expect to pay 42% more (a difference of $109) for an average domestic airline ticket compared to last year. CheapAir found that the cities with the biggest increases in airfares are home to smaller airports servicing smaller metropolitan areas. “The larger airports with more traffic saw airfare increases as well, just not to th…

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