We’ve all been there.
You see a flight down south that is too good to be true, but as the old saying goes, if that’s the case, the price probably is too good to be true.
So, the base cost of the flight is considerably higher when all the taxes, surcharges and airport improvement fees are added in to lay the smackdown on your credit card with the bottom line.
The federal government is aiming to clear up the confusion by requiring that Canadian airlines advertise the true price in a move that is designed to be in place by Christmas, 2012.
There are a few glitches that need to be ironed out beforehand, however. To read more, click here.