article by New Scientist editors:Air fares are going up and so is the cost of living.

If you live in a big city, the costs are going to get even higher.

For example, you’ll pay £3,400 a year for a round-trip ticket to New York and London.

That’s about £5,000 more than the average cost of a round trip ticket in most cities in the UK.

And that’s assuming you can afford it.

If you’re looking to fly to a destination, you could save up to 40% on your ticket if you use a cheap airfare site like

That means that a one-way ticket to Dublin costs you less than £400.

That sounds like a bargain, but it’s not.

The cheapest flights to London and Paris will cost you £2,000 a head, while flights to Amsterdam, Munich and Budapest will cost about £2.50 a head.

If your home city is London or Paris, you might save up enough to take a roundtrip from London to Dublin or from Paris to Berlin.

You’ll also save a few pounds on tickets to Singapore, Tokyo and Dubai.

The average fare for a seat on a round of flights is about £4,000, but you might pay even more if you have to pay for a second seat.

The cheapest ticket for a single seat in a coach to the UK from London is £3.50.

This means that you’ll need to pay at least £6,000 to travel on a coach in the same city.

The difference is likely to be the difference between a first class seat and a first-class seat on an economy class ticket.

The biggest saving is probably going to be for a oneway trip to London from Dublin.

If it’s the cheapest option available, you can get the cheapest fare for the journey.

You might need to book the ticket before you arrive in Dublin, but there’s no reason to be scared of the cost.

You can book a one day, two-day or three-day trip on a one to three-way flight from London.

You could also save money on your airfare if you buy a second ticket from a more affordable airline.

The easiest way to do this is to buy a ticket that’s cheaper than the one you’re currently paying for.

If that’s the case, then you can buy the ticket from another airline that doesn’t charge you more than you’re paying now.

If the cheapest available option is a round or two-way journey, then if you’re in London, you probably won’t save much money on the airfare, because you’ll already be paying the same price as you are now.

If, on the other hand, you’re somewhere in the Midlands, the cheapest round-trips to Manchester and Birmingham might be cheaper than a round flight to London.

You could also buy a cheaper round trip from Manchester to Birmingham.

But if you want to take longer journeys, such as from Dublin to London, or from London back to Dublin, you may find that the airfares you pay are actually cheaper than what you’re actually paying.

For instance, if you pay £400 a week for a two-week airfame, you won’t actually pay more than that for the same journey, because that’s just the ticket price.

If the journey takes you to a place that you’re less likely to visit, it might be better to pay £300 a week.