DALLAS (AP) – The latest attempt by airlines to raise prices appears to be stalling.
Airlines have imposed two broad fare increases so far this year. But low-fare airlines are hesitating to match last week’s increase of up to $10 per round trip, led by United and Continental.
Fare trackers said Monday that United and others that raised prices were scaling back their increases, at least on routes where they compete with discount airlines such as Southwest.
But with jet fuel prices rising, they figure it’s only a matter of time before airlines try again to raise fares.
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