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It's a golden age for affordable flying. No, really



Shortly after Pan American Airways started flying from New York to London in 1959, a round trip ticket cost what would be $3,800 today – in economy class. More than a half-century later, Pan Am is long gone and newcomer Norwegian Air Shuttle ran a special promotion with $65 one-way tickets on 10 new routes from the northeast U.S. to Ireland and Scotland. Those fares sold out in less than a day. They're also a signal that, with new low-cost carriers spreading their wings across the U.S., the Atlantic and Pacific, we're heading into a new golden age of affordable air travel.

Source: CNN Money



View or Download: http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/28/news/companies/flying-is-cheap/index.html?iid=hp-stack-dom

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