Mar 12, 2021
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The cheapest airline tickets are about to lose some of their pandemic-era flexibility.
At the end of March, most major US carriers will drop waivers on change fees for the lowest fare tier -- known as "basic economy" on most airlines.
For the rest of the fare classes, most of the change fees suspended at the start of the pandemic have been permanently eliminated.
So everyone will have more flexibility going forward -- unless you opt for the least expensive ticket, which typically could be $50 to $60 cheaper than the next lowest round trip fare, according to Scott Keyes, founder of airfare deal site Scott's Cheap Flights.
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