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Dutch translation: prijsverschil

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English term or phrase:uplift fare
Dutch translation:prijsverschil
Entered by: Jan Willem van Dormolen
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15:06 Dec 21, 2010
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Marketing - Aerospace / Aviation / Space / Computers
English term or phrase: uplift fare
The Uplift Fare is the fare of your new flight minus the fare of your original flight.

Welke Nederlandse term wordt er gebruikt voor deze toeslag?
Annette van der Lei
Mexico
Local time: 10:08
prijsverschil
Explanation:
Ook even een antwoord van gemaakt, dan hebben toekomstige vertalingzoekers er ook wat aan.
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Jan Willem van Dormolen
Netherlands
Local time: 17:08
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Nogmaals bedankt!
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Jan Willem van Dormolen


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prijsverschil


Explanation:
Ook even een antwoord van gemaakt, dan hebben toekomstige vertalingzoekers er ook wat aan.

Jan Willem van Dormolen
Netherlands
Local time: 17:08
Native speaker of: Dutch
PRO pts in category: 4
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Nogmaals bedankt!
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