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Labor Day Flights Will Cost 23% More Than Last Year

Those leaving on Thursday, September 1, or Friday, September 2, will see the highest prices

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By Ben Zeisloft

Americans traveling for Labor Day will have to contend with prices 23% higher than last year, according to a Tuesday report from Hopper.

The travel booking company found that domestic airfare over the holiday weekend will cost an average of $278 per round trip, marking a 20% increase over rates seen in 2019 and a 23% increase over those in 2021. Roughly 12.6 million passengers are expected to fly, with those leaving on Thursday, September 1, or Friday, September 2, witnessing the highest prices.

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