Tuesday, 18 November 2008
Personal Learning network 12
As the holiday seasons are coming around how many of us are going to be flying somewhere to see family. In the Rocky Mountain News they report that the once greedy airlines are lowering their prices for the holiday travelers. What does this say? It might be one of the good things coming out of the struggling economy. With the lower fuel prices the airlines are looking to regain the profits of what they lost over the high fuel priced summer. If the airlines are lowering their prices, more people will book with them thus bringing in money. It affects us all because United, Frontier, and Southwest airlines all have major hubs in Denver, and the more money they make the more money they can put into making DIA a nicer airport. But do you think with people losing their jobs and not traveling, will the good news of the low airfare stay this way for long?