On 28/08/12 06:29, WereSpielChequers wrote:
No, travel costs are not a purely geographic thing.
And other costs too. The Pound versus the Euro versus the US dollar is a
big factor. And since this two years away, who knows what the
relationship might be. I believe that the Euro is 12% cheaper against
the GB Pound compared to a year ago (a downwards trend through that period).
Hence, costs travelling from X to Y could cheaper (or more expensive)
depending on the exchange rates in 2014.