from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Fare for travel by aircraft.
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- n. The cost or expense of an airplane ticket or trip.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the fare charged for traveling by airplane
So blogger Jason Roe finds what he thinks is an error on the RyanAir site that would let you buy airfare from the zero-frills a-la-carte Irish airline for free.
I'd be willing to pay a little extra in airfare to provide those spaces for them -- and us.
Meanwhile, whenever you see these jets, keep in mind that (a) first class airfare is incredibly expensive, (b) first class air fare is cheaper than corporate jets, (c) first class airfare is very posh, (d) any company that needs a special subsidiary to operate its fleet of jets needs a union so as to redistribute some of the surplus away from managers and toward lower-level employees.
For a donation of just $5 or more you can enter to win airfare to Denver, a Democratic convention pass, three nights in a hotel and backstage passes to hang out with Michelle Obama at Investco Field before her husband's acceptance speech.
No word if airfare is included, but runner up gets dinner with his running mate Matt Gonzales.
I love taking trips just because the airfare is cheap, even if I have no idea what to do when I arrive.
And just think of all the money you'll save in airfare!
I'm currently leaning towards the Central California coast - what I save in airfare I can use to splurge on hotels in good locations.
I know the airfare from the west coast to Hawaii is very cheap, it is subsidized by the hotels I believe.
The Caribbean islands are more expensive, at the very least in airfare, but on most in everything else as well.
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