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Travel Tuesday: Fall fares

By KTVA CBS 11 News 10:10 AM August 26, 2014
ANCHORAGE –

The leaves are starting to turn yellow and the weather is a bit crisper when you leave the house in the morning, which means the fall season is right around the corner.

That’s good news for travelers because according to Daybreak’s travel guru, Scott McMurren, September is savings season.

1. Anchorage – Seattle, $203 – $256 round trip in September on JetBlue

2. Anchorage – Boston, $386 round trip between Sept. 15 and Oct. 5 on Delta

3. Anchorage – Austin, $386 round trip between Sept. 22 to Oct. 11 on Delta or United

4. Anchorage – Denver, $333 round trip Sept. 21 and Sept. 26 on Frontier Airlines – or $303 roundtrip Sept. 18

5. Anchorage – Las Vegas, $359 round trip on Alaska Air – rates are staying below $400 all through September on both Alaska and Delta

6. Anchorage – Los Angeles, $319 round trip beginning Sept. 20 on Alaska Air – prices will drift up after Oct. 1 since JetBlue will not be flying into Long Beach during the winter

7. Anchorage – San Diego, $380 round trip beginning Sept. 17 on US Airways

8. Anchorage – San Jose, $378 round trip between Sept. 22-28 on Delta

9. Anchorage – Frankfurt, $797 round trip departing Sept 2.

10. Anchorage – Reykjavik, $820 round trip Sept. 15 only on Icelandair

 

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