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Delta Plans To Cut Down Carry On Luggage And Frontier Reducing Checked Bag Limits

Delta Trials New System In Certain Markets Delta is currently trialing a new system in the Boston region to help speed up the boarding process. Meanwhile, Frontier is changing its baggage limits which could cost passengers even more money if not prepared. What is Delta Trialing? It was announced last week that Delta would be …

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WestJet Cancels 20 Percent Of March Flights Due To Canada’s ‘Outdated’ Travel Restrictions

Canadian Airline Calls For Overhaul Of Current COVID Restrictions The Canadian Airline WestJet has confirmed it will be extending its schedule reductions into March because of current COVID restrictions affecting the country. The cancellations are set to impact 20% of all scheduled March flights. All impacted travelers will be notified well in advance via email …

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Spirit And Frontier Merge To Become One Huge Ultra Low-Cost Airline

Merger Highlights Potential Pros And Cons For Budget Passengers Spirit and Frontier have announced that the companies have agreed to the terms of a merger. The move, should it be approved, will make the resulting company the fifth biggest airline in the US. As of this morning, there are many details still unclear. There has …

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$59 Flights Available For Southwest’s Valentines Day Sale

Big Price Drops On Domestic And Caribbean Destinations Southwest has announced their newest Valentine’s Day sale, with flights going for as low as $59 on some routes. The sale covers flights across the US and into the Caribbean. The sale, which has been named “Small Fare. Big Heart” has hundreds of flights listed in the …

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Southwest Airlines Announces The Return Of Alcohol Sales

While Southwest Resumes Liquor Service, American Airlines Is The Only Major Airline Holding Out On Return To Booze Southwest announced that they will be resuming the sale of alcohol in-flight, leaving American Airlines as the sole airline not shifting back to its pre-pandemic stance. The move will be pleasing for many customers, but airline unions …

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Workers Strike At London Airport May Cause Delays For Travelers

Travelers Using Heathrow Airport In February Should Take Extra Care Of Delays Or Cancellations Heathrow Airport will be under some added pressure in the coming weeks as baggage handlers and refueling staff plan to go on strike. Travelers moving through Heathrow should anticipate some disruption to schedules and plan for more time at the airport. …

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What To Do If Your Flight Was Canceled By The Winter Storm This Weekend

Full Rundown Of Airline Rebooking Policies The US East Coast is once again facing brutal winter conditions, continuing what has already been a chaotic first month of 2022 for airlines. Mass cancelations are being seen across the region. Historic levels of snowfall are being forecast in what is the first major blizzard in the area …

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JetBlue Announces Its Winter Sale With Flights Starting At $29

Domestic Flights and Packages To A Number Of Caribbean Destinations Included In The Sale JetBlue has announced its winter sale, highlighting some flights as low as $29 one-way. The list of flights includes a number of domestic locations as well as Caribbean hotspots. The New York based budget carrier is trying to entice some winter-weary …

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Netherlands To Remove Quarantine Requirement For Travelers With Boosters

The European Country Will Also Be Reopening Bars, Restaurants, And Other Businesses The Netherlands has announced that it will be removing its quarantine requirement for travelers who have received a booster shot. The news came with further announcements of restrictions being lessened inside the country. The Netherlands had imposed some of the strictest entry requirements …

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Frontier To Launch 13 New Flight Routes From Chicago And Houston

Denver-Based Airline Stepping Into Major Market Secondary Airports Frontier Airlines are set to launch thirteen new routes across the Chicago and Houston Markets. The airline will primarily make use of secondary airports for the significant expansion. The announcement last Tuesday specified that Midway airport in Chicago will receive the bulk of the new routes with …

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Top 6 Destinations In North America For 2022 According To Trip Advisor

Travel Company Announced Its Most Popular Global Destinations This Week Travel giant TripAdvisor released their most popular destinations across the world this week. Their lists range from the highest-ranked by their users to the most trending spots. Although not necessarily an expert-curated list, it highlights tourist interest in what has been a tumultuous few years …

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Cancun Close To Highest Alert Red Level As Omicron Cases Continue To Surge

Cancun Has Regressed To An Orange Traffic Light Designation Cancun is edging closer to the highest alert level possible on Mexico’s epidemiological traffic light system. Further restrictions will be implemented in the hope that a red light designation can be avoided. The Governor of Quintana Roo announced that from the 24th of January until the …

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