Deutsch: Fahrpreis/ Español: Tarifa
A fare is the fee paid by a passenger for use of a public transport system: rail, bus, taxi, etc. In the case of air transport, the term airfare is often used. Fare structure is the system set up to determine how much is to be paid by various passengers using a transit vehicle at any given time.

Airfare refers to the price charged by an airline for transportation on a specific flight. It is the cost that a traveler pays for their seat on a flight and can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the airline, the route, the time of year, and the class of travel. Airfare can be purchased directly from airlines or through online travel agencies.

Examples of airfare include:

  1. A round-trip economy ticket from New York to Los Angeles for $300.
  2. A one-way business class ticket from London to Dubai for $5,000.
  3. A multi-city itinerary that includes flights from New York to Paris, Rome to London, and back to New York for $1,200.

Similar things to airfare in the travel context include:

  1. Hotel rates - the price charged by hotels for a night's stay.
  2. Car rental fees - the cost of renting a car for a specific period of time.
  3. Cruise fares - the cost of a ticket for a specific cruise itinerary.
  4. Train fares - the price charged by rail companies for transportation on a specific train route.
  5. Bus fares - the cost of a ticket for a specific bus journey.

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