Yeah, and they don't even have the old supply-and-demand excuse to fall back on this time because there is no supply problem and demand is low. Thanks
Wall Street faux panic about the faux uprisings in the ME for this one. Just when they told us the economy was back on track to. What a coincidence,
because if that even if that were true, this would put the kabosh on it very fast. Airlines have already raised their prices in response...average of
$60 a ticket. And you can bet they won't go back down again. They're so on the ball, those airlines.
Prices that get raised for this reason in
any area rarely come down again. And as always, it's all up to you, the consumer, to bear the total brunt from every direction.
2/24/2011 by ~Lucidity because: (no reason given)