Definition of airfare
: fare for travel by airplane
Recent Examples of airfare from the Web
In November, the Dame brothers and any staffers who can pay their own airfare will head to Nepal.
Book your TAP Portugal stopover today and spend up to three days at no additional airfare discovering all this magnificent country has to offer.
The prize includes $1,000 toward airfare, gourmet meals, drinks and accommodations.
Also read: The trip includes deluxe hotel accommodations for four days and three nights, round-trip airfare for two, ground transportation to and from the Las Vegas airport and hotel, and $1,000 spending money.
But Andrew Levy, United's executive vice president and chief financial officer, said packing more seats on board helps with passengers' real priority: keeping airfares low.
With domestic airfares 10 percent lower this year, 3.44 million people are expected to fly.
The airfare, which ranges from $1,150 to $1,860 round-trip, pays for the nonstop flight on Yakutia Air.
Be upfront about who pays: Some hosts cover the cost of everything for their guests, including airfare, accommodations and meals not part of celebration events.
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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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