Airfare expected to drop by 8.2 percent this fall

Airfare is expected to drop by 8.2 percent this fall, hitting a low of $213 in October, according to the travel research firm Hopper.

A plane comes in for a landing at Miami International Airport. (Getty Images)

A plane comes in for a landing at Miami International Airport. (Getty Images)

Domestic round-trip airfare is expected to average about $216 this fall, up less than 1 percent from the same time frame last year and 16 percent below the fall of 2014, the research firm said.

Palm Beach International Airport may see some of the best deals in the country.

West Palm Beach ranks 8th on Hopper’s list of “Destinations to Watch” in August. Fares to the PBIA could fall by as much as 19 percent from their current level of $255, according to Hopper, which has an app alerting travelers of price drops for particular destinations.

Other domestic cities on Hopper’s list: Dallas, Austin, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Miami and Orlando.

Airports in Grenada, Grenada, Liberia, Coasta Rica and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic are among the top international destinations for savings, Hopper said.

According to DealNews, a discount and shopping website, the best airfare deals right now include:

Frontier Airlines via DealBase discounts is offering one-way fares nationwide with prices starting at $28.10, DealNews said.

American Airlines is offering one-way fares for as low as  $38.10 via vendor ShermansTravel. Major hubs include Dallas, Chicago, Charleston, and Los Angeles for travel through Nov. 30, according to DealNews.

JetBlue is offering roundtrip fares to Florida through vendor ShermansTravel, according to DealNews. Prices start at $126.20, the website said.