This week's British Airways strike has caused chaos for an estimated 280,000 passengers who were due to fly with the airline. But it has also rocketed up fares to destinations around the world by up to 2,200%, leaving the UK isolated amid sold-out routes and stratospherically priced flights. While air ticket prices are typically fluid and rises during periods of heavy demand are not uncommon, one expert said the level of increase seen during this strike was particularly extreme. A return flight this ...
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Added September 09, 2019