Air travelers, who have endured full flights and a 15 percent increase in ticket prices this year, are exacting revenge with aggressive searches for deals that analysts say are beginning to force down prices.

Airlines use powerful computers to figure out just how much passengers are likely to pay for any given flight at various times of the day. For the last year or so, they have been able to readily increase fares, in part because of the strong economy. Planes have been packed lately, too, which gives the industry more power to raise prices.

But a recent drop in fares suggests that many travelers have had enough. They are balking at paying the higher prices and are scouring the Internet more to find cheaper fares.

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