Definition of airfare
: fare for travel by airplane
Recent Examples of airfare from the Web
The son had been living in France over the last several years and returned to the U.S. last week using airfare paid for by his mother, who lives on the East coast and was described by Greenwood as wealthy.
This is not a formal sale, but a simple drop in airfares thanks to pressure put on the major airlines by the ultra-low-cost players of Norwegian Air and Wow Air, who also offer connecting flights from the U.S. to Sweden.
Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., and Jon Tester, D-Mont., and their respective spouses on the four-day trip to Mexico — paying for their airfare, hotel rooms and food, according to disclosure forms filed earlier this month by Schumer and Tester.
Each winning package will include a five-night stay in a HomeAway vacation rental, airfare for four and $1,500 to spend on the trip.
The group, Airlines for America, attributed the increase to improving economic conditions, higher household net worth and lower airfares.
Planning ahead can also help lower costs; last-minute airfares, for example, are almost always the highest possible price.
Neither program includes airfare, supplies, housing or food.
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First Known Use of airfare
AIRFARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of airfare for English Language Learners
: the money a person pays to travel on an airplane
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