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Bio2 If you haven't booked your summer plans yet, brace yourself: There's actually good news this year, for a change. Airfares to many popular U.S. destinations have dropped. Airline ticket prices for summer travel to Tampa, Fla., New York, Denver and Washington, D.C., have fallen, after steep increases for several consecutive years, according to Orbitz.com. The average ticket already purchased for summertime flights to Chicago is down more than 18% from the same period last year. Tickets bought for Honolulu are 10% cheaper than those bought during the same stretch of 2012. Lots of domestic destinations have seen soft demand and the biggest price drops have been in cities with mo

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