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Airlines hike ticket prices for US flights
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Travelers will pay more for airline tickets on their next domestic flight.
United and Continental airlines raised their prices for roundtrip tickets by as much as $20 on many U.S. routes.
Fares went up $3 each way on flights longer than 500 miles, and $10 each way for first-class tickets.
Airlines in the U.S. have raised their prices more than a half dozen times this year.
Airlines say they are trying to cover spiraling fuel costs across the airline industry.
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