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Monday, May 9, 2022

Cheapest States and Airports for Domestic Flights

Above, the Albuquerque Sunport. New Mexico's air fares averaged
 $351.95 according to the study. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Everyone likes to save money on air travel. As it turns out, according to a recent study, some places are cheaper than others to fly domestically.

Lower prices by state and airports was the subject of a study by NetCredit.

For myself, once I know when I have to travel by air somewhere, I try to purchase my tickets as early as possible. I've already done so this year and saved a lot of money doing. New Mexico's air fares averaged $351.95. The closest airport to me is the Albuquerque Sunport.

Travel + Leisure has an article on the NetCredit study and they start it with:

Summer travel is nearly in full swing — and summer prices are too — but thankfully, there are still deals to be found, especially if vacationers are strategic about which airports they fly out of.

New Jersey happens to be the cheapest state to fly out of nationally with an average domestic flight price of just $205.60, according to a study by loan company NetCredit that was shared with Travel + Leisure. The Garden State also laid claim to the cheapest airport in the United States in Atlantic City International Airport, which the study noted is often served by budget carrier Spirit Airlines and where flights average only $109.43. In comparison, New Jersey's other major airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, averages more than $300 per flight. 

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