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Travelers, here is some good news.
If you’re looking to book a flight in the fall, you’re in luck. According to a new report by Hopper, domestic round trip airfare is expected to drop 8.2 percent this fall. The study attributed the blame to the declining costs to the falling jet fuel costs.
In July, jet fuel prices were cut about 7 percent, making it the cheapest it’s been since 2009. Due to the low fuel rates, Hopper predicts the cheapest months to book tickets this year will be September through November — estimating prices to drop as low as $213 in October.
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