There has been a bit of buzz in the media lately, regarding low, and I mean LOW, airline tickets.
The LA Times were raising their eyebrows recently over a $10 fare for a one-way ticket from Burbank, Calif., to Columbus, Ohio and, even harder to believe, a 1-cent fare for flights from LA to Guatemala. “Yes, those are actual fares offered by a new generation of carriers that are redefining budget travel by taking low-cost, no-frills service to new heights,” says the LA Times.
Money Magazine is also letting us know that JetBlue and Frontier are rapidly spreading their wings, adding new routes and lowering prices to hundreds of cities around the
However such low fares don’t mean you may not have to dish out more money to make your trip comfortable. For example, on a Skybus plane (flying out of
Other costs for Skybus include $5 each for two checked bags ($50 for each additional), $10: Priority boarding pass (for first choice of seats), $8 for a blanket and $5 for a breakfast sandwich.
Oh and the 1 cent fare? A promotional fare offered by Spirit Airlines who fly between North, Central and