Where prices have dropped the most and where they remain high (hello, New York)

Airfare at Cleveland Hopkins last year dropped more than 20 percent compared to 2013, the largest decrease of any U.S. airport. Billy Sanez, the vice president of marketing for FareCompare, a Dallas-based travel-planning website that tracks airfare, observed that it’s more expensive to travel to New York City from Cleveland than it is from Dallas — even though Dallas is three times as far.


Published: June 17, 2016