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Old 17-02-2013, 18:20
Mystical123
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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.
No airline has a set price, they all rise on demand. No matter whether you book a train or a flight, short notice will still cost you.
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