“Energy crisis and skyrocketing prices send air transport fares out of control, to the point that today for a one-way trip you can spend up to almost 5 thousand euros per ticket”. This was reported by Codacons, which carried out an investigation to understand how much it costs to travel by plane today. The latest Istat data, the consumer association notes, “tell us that on an annual basis the prices of intercontinental flights have increased by 176%, international ones by 128.1% while European flights cost 110.8% more. By checking on the field through the special platforms that compare ticket prices, it turns out that to fly in October from Rome Fiumicino to Beijing you spend, by choosing the fastest option with 2 stopovers, the beauty of 4,734 euros for a trip of One way. Always starting from Fiumicino, it takes about 2,000 euros to get to Sydney (1 stopover), 1,603 euros to go to Buenos Aires with a direct flight, while for Tokyo it takes 950 euros (1 stopover). Much cheaper to fly to New York: the price of a one-way ticket starts from 539 euros “. It is no better on the European flights front:” the Rome-Oslo route starts at 422 euros, to go to London Heathrow the ticket costs at least 369 euros, while to reach Helsinki must be prevented tivate a minimum expense of 276 euros. But the bloodletting also affects travel to other capitals: the Rome-Tel Aviv flight costs 309 euros, the one to Istanbul 225 euros, for Casablanca the minimum cost is 200 euros “, analyzes Codacons. The expensive energy, underlines the president del Codacons, Carlo Rienzi, “hit the air transport sector like a tsunami, causing a monstrous rise in fares. With tickets at these levels, the risk is that fewer and fewer Italians will be able to afford to leave and visit European capitals and foreign countries, with immense damage on the tourism front “.