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Airline passengers are getting the squeeze lately but this summer they can expect a sliver of relief.
Airfares will be dropping a whole $2.01, according to new data released by the Airline Reporting Corp, a financial and data services company for the airline industry.
The smidge of savings mainly comes from lower fuel costs for airlines, down to $2.13 from $3.03, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, a 29 percent drop.
Fliers can expect to pay $453.87 for the average roundtrip domestic ticket, down less than a percent from a year ago.
That'll almost get you halfway towards an in-flight bag of nuts!