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You might want to think twice before planning your neck strip.
A new report finds airlines are trying to raise fares especially for last minute travelers.
Basically defined as anyone taking a trip in the next seven days and this means climbing rates for business travelers.
The global business travel association predicts a four point 3% rise in domestic fares for 2013.
And an eight point 3% rise for international fares Delta Airlines got the ball rolling on price increases for the year already.
Airline added as much as ten dollars -- the price of flights booked within a week of departure.
You've got the three mega mergers for the fourth one coming that are have a pricing you have a lot fewer -- Being flown it's just giving airlines more pricing power.
Prices may be going up but frequent travelers can still find some deals at certain airports according to the travel leaders group the best ones for business are.
JFK international airport in New York City.
15% of those surveyed by travel leaders group say this is the best.
There -- several clubs baggage -- shoe shines currency exchanges and even a Spock.
Number -- The Minneapolis airport here you get Wi-Fi quiet seating areas prayer rooms a fitness walking past the postal services and massage chairs.
Number three a fifth of respondents picked the Dallas Fort Worth airport.
Here you get a free travel -- what workstations barber shops a yoga studio.
And even at hotel number two O'Hare in Chicago traveling through the windy city.
There's an app for this including an option to have a hot meal delivered to your waiting area by the gate.
There's also an athletic club.
Finally that number one airport -- business travelers is.
According to almost half of those surveyed.
There are suites for napping or watching TV -- all the other perks like currency exchanges and the spot.
Others on the list include airports in Detroit Houston and Los Angeles spending on business travel expected to reach over a hundred billion dollars this year.
But with costs rising for airfare and hotels companies are asking employees to cut back.
According to the Wall Street Journal some companies are even asking senior executives to fly coach in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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