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Here is your quick-glance review of the lowest published fares to the major U.S. and Canadian destinations out of COLUMBUS for today only. Any items in red are today's big fare cuts, representing a drop in fare of more than 20 percent since our last posting. Items in green are yesterday's big fare cuts still available today. Click on your destination city below for more information on this and other fares, key fare requirements for cheap tickets and link to the Worldspan Reservation Center.
Atlanta 138 Baltimore 98 Boston 198 Charlotte 140 Chicago 118
Dallas-Ft. Wrth 138 Denver 198 Detroit 178 Honolulu 414 Houston 179
Indianapolis 179 Jacksonville 124 Kansas City 138 Los Angeles 184 Louisville 198
Las Vegas 196 Memphis 162 Miami 168 Milwaukee 140 Minneapolis 230
Montreal 230 New Orleans 126 New York 150 Orlando 158 Philadelphia 98
Phoenix 198 Portland 178 Raleigh-Durham 178 Sacramento 198 St Louis 138
Salt Lake City 298 San Antonio 178 San Diego 198 San Jose 198 San Francisco 198
Seattle 158 Tampa 132 Toronto 190 Vancouver 374 Washington 140

These fares were accurate as of 12:10:33 on 11-01-2008 via the WORLDSPAN RESERVATION SYSTEM. Quoted fares are subject to seat availablility on the flights and dates of travel you request.
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