Air Carrier Slashes Prices
A Southwest Airlines jet takes off Wednesday, July 18, 2007, from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. Southwest Airlines said Wednesday that its second-quarter profit fell 17 percent as rising fuel costs weighed on the discount carrier. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Wednesday, Nov 12, 2008 Updated at 7:31 AM PST
If you thought you wouldn't be able to afford a flight home this holiday season, you may want to check again.
Southwest Airlines launched a three-day winter-fare sale on Tuesday. Ticket prices have been cut by up to 33 percent.
A round-trip ticket from San Diego to Dallas during the holiday season is around $200.
Industry experts say the falling oil prices will help lower ticket prices.