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International air fares remain firm as demand exceeds supply

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NBR columnist Nevil Gibson speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

International air fares show no sign of coming down. Sat, 15 Jul 2023

International airfares in the South Pacific region are continuing to climb despite more airline capacity and falling oil prices. Data from Flight Centre and Webjet show fares to Europe, Asia,and North America are all above what they were a year ago and have even increased since the start of the

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