Air travel during spring break is expected to set new record

U.S. air travel for this year’s spring break season is expected to jump 3% over last year’s, setting a new record, according to a trade group for the nation’s airlines. The nation’s airlines have adopted three fare hikes in the first two months of 2016, the first two for $6 per round trip and the third for $10 per round trip, according to the travel site FareCompare.


Updated: March 30, 2016