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Airlines will charge what they think customers will pay, and that price fluctuates over time and for various commercial factors, including demand, cost of supply and other factors. I often travel to the 3rd nearest airport (2 hours drive away) to save sometimes upwards of £1000 when taking the family on holiday. Always looking at nearby airports - both ...


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There are many reasons for this: Airport charges vary greatly between hub and satellite airports. Competition is often a driver of prices, especially at a core hub airport like Heathrow. Routes may be restricted - they are especially so at large airports. If you are so lucky - you should always pick a satellite airport to start and end your journey. The ...



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