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Old 17-02-2013, 14:54
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That depends on if you use no-frills airlines, who do increase the cost the more seats they sell and therefore closer to departure or you use regular airline where there is a set price and works out cheaper than last minute booking of a no-frills airline.
Nope, all airlines work the same these days, as the seats sell out, the remaining seats on a particular plane are more expensive, so the ticket effectively gets more expensive the closer to departure you buy it. This applies to SAS, BA, etc just as much as it does to Ryanair. Just that some of them like SAS are more open about how many seats are left in each price band (all bands in the same class of travel).
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