When fuel costs are so high, people favor flying to driving. If the distance traveled is over 500 miles it often makes sense to fly. If the distance is over 1000 miles, then it definitely makes sense to fly to save fuel. In fact, unless you really need a car once there and if not stay long or take a bit of luggage, driving makes little sense. Some of us can set our sights on destinations that are not near major airports, which means we have to go on a passenger plane to complete the trip, which increases the cost. However, it is hard to beat in the cost of travel if you are paying $ 2.35 per gallon. If you are traveling a great busy international airport is to save money while driving. If you live in a big city and travel to another big city, then it is difficult to justify the cost of driving.
Not just in the United States this is true, also works in Europe, where discounted airline flights from London to Paris or Madrid are meaningless. The Euro-tunnel costs are expensive to drive. Although the ferry is a bit less expensive yet can not be compared with the low cost of flying. In the United States we see people traveling to Las Vegas and from almost anywhere except the basin of Los Angeles does not make much sense to go to market. Flights from PHX, Sacramento, Denver, Seattle or Portland are well under $ 100.00 in many cases, if you buy them in advance. If you check the cost of the flight "with the cost of fuel in you SUV, then you will see how affordable flying really is. Think about it." Lance Winslow "- If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; / wttbbs