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Plummeting oil prices have led to falling plane ticket prices – and prospects for an even bigger bonanza of consumer-friendly fares in the coming months, airline industry experts say.Experts say fuel makes up about a third of an airline's costs.The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in a report in January said air fares by foreign travelers on U.S. airlines fell 15 percent in 2015, the largest calendar-year drop since the index was first published in 1987 .Travel industry experts said that the relatively low prices were likely to continue throughout 2016, including an anticipated 23 percent drop in the price of air fares to Rio this summer, just in time for the Olympic games.
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