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Did the person next to you pay less for the same flight?

Most people don’t understand how the pricing system of air travel works, but there is one thing for sure: there is no one set price for every seat on a plane. Hopper, a travel-planning site, did a study and found that the difference between the cheapest and most expensive economy fares on one return flight can vary as much as $1,400. The study also showed that Washington, D.C. is the domestic destination with the most difference in seat prices, while Amsterdam is the top international destination for variability in seat prices. The destinations with the least fare variability are Kingston, Jamaica, and Kahului, Hawaii.

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