full-fare

full-fare

adj
at a price without any discounts
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'Of course, their price structure is different, so in that sense, they have experience, but whether they can take MAB and turn it into AirAsia, or keep MAB as a full-fare airline, that is for anybody who is interested in MAB,' he told Bernama recently.
During this pilot period, riders can tap their contactless-enabled Cards and smart devices, on a full-fare, pay-per-ride basis, on the 4/5/6 lines between Grand Central-42 Street and Atlantic Av-Barclays Center as well as to board all MTA buses on Staten Island.
Discount seekers will have to purchase full-fare flight tickets via the Mandarin app during the period from Nov.
But SilkAir, a full-fare carrier that flies largely to holiday spots across Asia, turned in the weakest performance in the group with operating profit tumbling 57 percent to Sg$43 million.
Alaska Airlines board room members and full-fare first class fliers passing through Sea-Tac International Airport's North Satellite terminal will have a new place to relax when Alaska's second Seattle board Room opens next month.
Award: double miles Expires: 6/21/2014 Restrictions: Earn on roundtrip, nonstop United flights between San Francisco and Taipei in Global First, Business First or full-fare economy; or fly in discounted economy to earn 50% more miles.
The Victorian government's new scheme may disappoint some students because the discounts will be available only on annual, full-fare Myki passes.
Aeroflot violated the rule on full-fare advertising and the rule requiring airlines to include a commitment in their customer service plans allowing consumers either to hold reservations at the quoted fare without payment, or cancel without penalty, for 24 hours after they book a flight.
Leading travel search site Skyscanner, which compares both no-frills carriers and scheduled airlines, has found that often low-cost airlines can be more costly than full-fare counterparts.
Most travellers would assume that flying with a low-cost airline is cheaper than an equivalent trip with a full-fare airline, but a new study raises doubts about that preconception.
Preferred Seats are now complimentary for Elite and full-fare customers and their companion traveler(s) on the same reservation and for active duty military personnel and their family members travelling on the same reservation.
The fee will not apply to its "EliteAccess" customers, travelers on full-fare economy tickets, or to military personnel and their families on official orders.