Passengers have become so used to cheap flights that airlines will struggle to raise their prices, an aviation specialist has predicted.
David Henderson, spokesperson for the Association of European Airlines (AEA), commented: "The market has got used to fares at a much lower level. We don't think the airlines will be able to put their fares back to where they were."
He said that, while this is bad news for carriers, it signals the continuation of cheap airfares for tourists.
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