Cheapflights.Com’s Travel Price Index – Los Angeles
The City of Angels has one more gift to add its repertoire of making dreams come true: cheap airline tickets. According to the latest Travelnomics report released today by travel search engine Cheapflights.com, California flyers will have an easier time finding cheap departing Los Angeles flights compared to the rest of the country. In “Travelnomics: The Travel Price Index,” flight prices from 30 U.S. markets are compared to the cost of living index in those cities. Los Angeles came in below the index, signaling an opportunity for West Coast travelers to book now and save.
“Los Angeles flights are easily affordable, thanks in part to the various airlines with hubs at LAX and the option of traveling from more than one area airport,” said Carl Schwartz, chief travel officer for Cheapflights.com. “Our index shows that Los Angeles airline deals are available and immediate, and travelers should book now in order to take advantage of these cheap flights.”
The other cities ranking as the most affordable to fly from include New York, San Francisco, Washington DC, and Chicago.
Cheapflights pulled Los Angeles airfare deals from its database containing millions of cheap flight deals and hundreds of deals partners. The cost-of-living data is supplied by the Economic Research Institute.
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