International airfares are set to skyrocket

Holidays are about to get MORE expensive: International airlines cut back on flights because of rising fuel prices The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia will fall Drop is the first in a decade by one per cent from late October to late March  Consultant Tony Webber said less competition means prices are set to rise

By Charlie Moore For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:09 BST, 23 May 2019 | Updated: 06:09 BST, 23 May 2019

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International airfares are set to increase as carriers cut back their flights due to rising fuel prices.

The number of seats on international flights to and from Australia will fall for the first time in a decade by one per cent from late October to late March. 

Fuel prices have risen 45 per cent in the past two years, making long-haul flights less viable.

International airfares are set to increase as carriers cut back their flights due to rising fuel prices

International airfares are set

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