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Update: Even while declaring an international public health emergency, the WHO are not advising against travel, so the size of any impact is likely to be pretty modest: The Committee found no public health justification for restrictions on travel or trade to prevent the spread of Zika virus. At present, the most important protective measures are the ...


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Not the expert in this field, but in my opinion, prices will not go down. Oil prices went down big time, and ticket prices didn't change a bit. Other epidemics in the past few years did not end up making ticket prices lower. What happens is, people are scared to go to Latin America, fine! airlines will simply make flights less to that part, and see where ...


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Depends. If you consider low-cost airlines, those usually price each segment individually based on demand for that specific flight, so whether you include a Saturday evening or not should not change the total price. On traditional airlines, there are usually different fares for one-way and return trips (and multi-city, open jaws, etc.). Their traditional ...


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That depends very much on the country. In New Zealand, we've never paid extra for a second driver. In the US, fees for a second driver are very common. In Germany it's been mixed but also typically cheaper than in the US. It's unlikely that a single "one size fits all" strategy would be useful. For the US, check out ...



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