(Fox News) - As airlines look to cut costs and increase their profits, economy passengers are increasingly finding themselves with less leg room and fewer in-flight perks.
While the price of flights has been steadily decreasing, they still remain relatively expensive compared to other modes of transportation. In 2017, the average base fare for a round trip domestic flight was $339.87.
Though U.S. airlines in general have fared poorly in international rankings, some are looking to improve their reputation by offering comparatively generous services even to their lowest paying customers.
For those trying to maximize their perks but fly on a budget this holiday season, here are three of the best airlines for flying economy.
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