Column: International business-class rates high without discounts

10/9/2007 | USA Today

Walk-up fares for business class seating on international flights are undeniably expensive -- premium seats on New York/London flights cost about $10,000. Passengers can pay lower prices by doing the same things coach-section fliers do -- booking early, watching for sales and comparing airlines.

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