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fare

Transport the sum charged or paid for conveyance in a bus, train, aeroplane, etc.

What does it mean when you dream about a fare?

Paying a fare in a dream can reflect the price we have to pay to achieve a certain aim.

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AIRFARES have surged by 20- 30 per cent on an average for metro routes as jet fuel prices have shot up and airlines are gearing up for a sharp hike in airport charges.
Fly.com said it is the first airfare search engine to show results from all major online travel agencies in one view.
Yapta, a provider of airfare price assurance solutions, on Monday announced that its core airfare price tracking and refund alert service is now available as an app for iPhones.
Airfare Insight will be configured to meet Royal Jordanian's needs as part of the oneworld alliance.
are considering raising airfares on domestic flights possibly from the beginning of next year, due to soaring crude oil prices, airline officials said Thursday.
Newspapers have tons of ads that read six days/five nights to Paris including roundtrip airfare for $489 dollars, or seven nights in Tahiti with airfare for $799.
Business-class airfares are increasing faster than any other category of air travel in the Asia-Pacific region -- jumping 13.9 per cent over the past three years.
This arrangement would be approved only if the sum of the airfare and the additional costs was less than the lowest available airfare not involving a Saturday night stay at the time the original trip was booked.
The Ministry, while responding to the Committee's concerns, told it that with the repeal of Air Corporations Act in March 1994, the airfare approval was dispensed with by the government.
Travel Business Review-September 14, 2018-Advito develops Airfare Predictor in collaboration with Air Cube
During the high airfare season, Ahmad said passengers can benefit from the airlines' loyalty point schemes (like Emirates' Skywards and flydubai's Open point accumulation programmes), which can often help offset price rises - although much of that price suppression will depend on how many points/miles someone has.
Mystifly, the global airfare marketplace, has released its next-gen airfare consolidation platform, the company said.