Airfare (noun)

  1. The price of a seat on an aircraft for a particular flight or route.
  2. The cost of air travel.

Origin:

20th century: blend of air and fare.

Examples:

  1. The airfare for a round trip ticket to New York is very expensive.
  2. The airfare includes all taxes and surcharges.
  3. The airfare varies depending on the time of year.
  4. The airfare for a one-way ticket is usually half the price of a round trip ticket.
  5. The airfare is determined by many factors such as fuel costs, competition, and demand.
Some random words: cannibal, smokescreen, terrible