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Fai

In Islamic law, the spoils of war that a Muslim army may take if the territory is taken without bloodshed.
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Southwest Airlines has raised fares by $3 or $10 for one-way trips, one of its largest increases ever, and boosted the limit on its refundable fare to $319.
In over 2000 city pairs, there are two contract fares, also known as Dual Fares: a highly discounted unrestricted fare (YCA), and a capacity controlled fare (--CA) with an even deeper discount.
Some major carriers believe that they must slash their fares just to compete with their low-price counterparts.
CTA implemented its Transit Card, an automatic fare card system for its busses and rail systems, in spring and summer 1997.
For a traveler from Los Angeles, a seven-night package to Montego Bay was as low as $505 during the high season, excluding the $284 additional round-trip air fare.
One lesson the deregulated airlines quickly learned was that they did not have to charge every passenger the same fare for comparable seats on the same flight, as they had to when the government set the fares.
We are excited to be partnering with Fare Buzz and offering travel agents access to discounted rates for airfare, hotels and car rentals, which will assist them in selling more travel," said Gregory Lykiardopoulos, Chairman and CEO for Triton.
Hahn, Yoh, Hahn appointee Paul Hudson and Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke voted against the fare hike.
American Airlines broadly matched Delta's new fare structure, reducing the highest fares and lowering fares for last-minute travel in thousands of markets throughout the continental U.
The public hearing to take comments on the fare hike grew so unruly so fast that directors called a recess after about 40 minutes of testimony, walking out of the MTA board room as audience members jeered.
With higher than expected sensitivity to the fare increase and an overall lower base of ridership, Fitch expects fare revenues to be insufficient to meet the monorail's debt service obligations.
For 2005, American Express forecasts that global economy/short haul fares will rise by 0-3%, and international business fares by 2-5%.