Airlines are slashing prices on summer flights amid Coronavirus concerns
Fears over the global spread of Coronavirus could mean big deals on your next flight.
Airlines are consolidating flights and slashing prices, and the recent lack of demand is resulting in some bargain fares for those willing to risk traveling.
As of this morning, flights from Minneapolis to Ft. Myers, Florida (Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins) over Spring Break later this month started at $109, round trip.
Feeling like a trip to Music City over Summer Vacation? Round-trip tickets to Nashville in June are currently available for as low as $167.
Can you get away next week? If you book now, you can get to New Orleans and back for just $91.
And it’s not just the price of an Economy class seat being reduced. You can fly First Class to Texas (Dallas, Houston, or Austin) for less than $500.