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Seat maps - can they indicate a possible fare change?

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Hoping to get tickets on US Airways non-stop CLT-CDG May 21, returning June 9. Current price $1403. Their seat maps indicate planes barely half full both ways. Two-part question: a) do seat maps accurately reflect the number of seats sold? and b) if so and the planes are really only half full would it be reasonable to think they might lower the fare in order to fill up the plane? Thanks.

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