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What does r/t and e/w stand for when shown after the price?

Something like this:

Flight from $300 r/t
and flight $100 e/w

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up vote 14 down vote accepted

e/w: Each Way – A to B.
r/t: Round Trip – A to B and B to A.

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I believe "round trip" is also known as "return" in British English. – nohat Jan 28 '11 at 18:55

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