In 2016, the average cost of a one-way trip on international airlines was $6,904, according to the Airline Finance Research Group.

But that figure includes both domestic and international flights.

That means if you are in the U.S., you could travel a total of about $12,000 in the country.

That includes the cost of your luggage, and the cost for the food, gas, and other travel expenses you pay for the trip.

To put that in perspective, that same trip from Los Angeles to New York City, where you can expect to spend an average of $9,724, would cost you about $1,800 in the United States.

It may not seem like much, but it could be very expensive.

According to Airfarewatchdog.com, the number of international airfare searches rose slightly from 3,822 in 2016 to 3,936 in 2017.

That’s an increase of nearly 1,200, or nearly 4%.

But the rise in searches also comes at a time when airlines are increasingly turning to a variety of different services to attract passengers.

Some of those services include: air travel, domestic flights, international travel, cruise ships, and more.

The average cost for an international ticket in 2017 was $5,813, according the Air Travel Association.

That would translate to about $2,700 in airfare expenses.

However, some international flights are more expensive than others.

For example, the price of a round-trip domestic ticket from New York to London on American Airlines is about $4,000.

The difference between a domestic and American flight that leaves New York’s JFK airport is about half that amount.

A round-tripped round-tour between Europe and the United Kingdom costs about $3,600.

On the other hand, a round trip round-the-world ticket from Los Angles to Tokyo costs about the same.

But when you add in the cost to get to the destination and the additional costs for your luggage and other expenses, the overall price tag on international airfares can be substantial.

The cost of one-ways between Los Angeles and New York on American is about double the cost in the same amount of time.