Let`s see what happen in RL:
although not very detailed and precise normally competitors have the possibility to know prices on a specific route.
Why they do not undercut prices? Simply because there is no garantee than that price will lead to more demand. Also other factors do the nice job and we have already modelled them into the game as we have marketing on-board, route image, company image etc this last depending on various other things like maintenance, labour level & morale etc...etc. Those all influencing our demand. It should be clear in the game as it is in the RL that price wars do not have any chance of success and do not present any danger for a solid, well-established a/c.
Well... the Brunmuffin´s idea is not bad but if I center the range in the competitors fare of this schema I will be immediately able to catch the target price, no matter how big is this range.
If we model a system in which setting new planes will be done more difficult
(after only 4 month game time actually in "the jet age" first three a/c fly all together 103 planes!!!!
) and thus new routes more accurate
than I think it would be not such a big room for price wars. I mean you may even do that but you will be the loser too.