Time to Plan a Trip, Study Says Fares at Bradley Lowest in Decades
I know you want to get out of town. Now's the time.
I love to travel, though I frequently say the "traveling" part of travel is the hardest part! But I'm always up for a great adventure and new places to visit. If you have a bit of wanderlust in you too, or you're just in dire need of a vacation, it appears the now's the time.
In a story from wtnh.com you might want to seriously look at taking a trip soon. A new study by airlines.org indicates that airfares at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut, are lower than they've been in decades. According to the study by Airlines for America ticket prices have dropped by eleven percent since 2000 and low cost airlines like JetBlue and Spirit are driving prices down.
When I travel, it's always out of Bradley because it's most convenient to where I live. Mostly I use Southwest Airlines, though I did make use of Spirit out of Bradley last year and it was pretty reasonable considering I was flying to a big vacation destination, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and traveling over a holiday period.
I'm already packing my bags for the next adventure, and it might just be time for you to do the same.
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