ATLANTA — Everyone has taken notice of the cost of gas skyrocketing over the last few weeks, but that sticker shock is extending to flights now too.

With Spring Break right around the corner, the travel industry can’t catch a break.

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According to AAA, the national average of gas prices right now has already exceeded the $4 mark.

Gas prices aren’t the only thing the crisis in Ukraine is driving up, it’s also raising the cost of jet fuel, which means travelers are paying more for flights.

Travelers are concerned about the rise in prices. They’re telling us how this could change their plans on WSB Tonight at 11 p.m.


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