Canada: Airline ticket prices up 13% to 28% this summer

The price of plane tickets this summer in Canada has risen by 13% on average for Canadian destinations and 28% for foreign destinations compared to the summer of 2022, indicates the Kayak website. The end of the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a craze for travel, underlines Leon Mulder, manager of Kayak Canada, quoted by Radio Canada. “Canadians want to make up for lost time,” he adds. Read also: Wave of anger against rising air and sea ticket prices The average price of a round trip abroad this summer is 1395 dollars, according to Kayak. For a Canadian destination, travelers should expect to pay $397 on average. Destinations like New York and Boston in the United States remain affordable for the summer, according to Kayak, which adds that Canadians will have to pay between 400 and 450 dollars to get there by plane. In Canada, the cheapest tickets on average include Abbotsford, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Toronto and Halifax. With MAP