Posted in Budgets Negotiating Suppliers

London, China Among International Fare Soft Spots

Businesses are paying less for some international airline tickets than they have in years, according to corporate travel benchmarks. It’s not because airlines have cut published pricing….

Continue Reading...
Posted in Service Suppliers

Airfares Are Down In Most U.S. Markets, But Some Pay More Or Get Less

Airfares around the United States generally are falling compared with last year, but exceptions include some pretty big markets. Even where prices aren’t rising, years of capacity reductions…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Negotiating Suppliers

Competition Pushing Airfares Down

At the beginning of the year, this publication laid out reasons why airfares may not follow dropping fuel costs. Nine months on, it’s clear they have, but it’s not all…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Budgets Suppliers

Big Airlines Rein In Capacity Amid Fare Softness

Air travel demand is fairly strong and airplanes are pretty full. Airlines are raking in profits. Fares are flat or down. Where will they go…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Budgets Suppliers

Fares Following Fuel? Maybe Not

Some think an obvious consequence of dramatically lower fuel prices is lower airfares. But it’s not that simple. It may not even be likely. “Lower…

Continue Reading...