For those who are looking for cheap flights this fall, luck is in the air as the airlines begin an all out price war for fall travel. Southwest Airlines was the first to lower their airfares, offering $69 one-way to a variety of cities. Tom Parsons of BestFares.com said that the industry is heading into a bargain basement stretch, offering airfares that some people never expected to see again. He added that there will be some really good deals.
The other airlines across the country soon followed suit. For instance, American Airlines is offering a return flight from Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport to Fort Lauderdale for $228. Southwest is also offering Dallas Love Field to Tulsa, Oklahoma for $50 one-way. There are also many deals on flying to Europe. Parsons says the best rates will be available from August 21 to October 4 and travellers need to book at least 14 days in advance.
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