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U.S. Airlines With The Least Amount Of Delays This Month

As the world moves beyond a chaotic summer into the fall and winter seasons, it can be helpful to check in with current trends regarding flight delays and cancellations. To aid in this, Travel Off Path has combed through data from FlightAware to determine the U.S. airlines with the least number of delays and cancellations …

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United States And Canada Embarrassed In World’s Best Airline Awards

The 2022 winners of the annual World Airline Awards were announced on September 23rd by Skytrax, an airline and airport ranking company. Once again, the U.S. and Canadian airlines were nowhere to be found on the top 20 list, and one has to wonder if they ever will be again. The previous year’s winners show …

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Should Airlines Be Offering Adults-Only Flights?

Viral TikTok Video Sparks Debate Over What We Should Be Able To Expect From Flights We’ve all been there. You’re prepped for your flight well in advance, armed with the perfect pillow, a lovely little travel blanket, high-end noise-canceling headphones, and a fully optimized airplane outfit. You’ve paid extra for more legroom and even splashed …

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Flight Canceled? Here Is What Major U.S. Airlines Will Do For You

Know Exactly What Your Options Are When The Dreaded Cancelled Sign Appears On The Departures Board We all fear flight cancelations, and this year has left most of us especially on edge. Aside from the impact on a vacation, the stress of what to do when your flight is canceled can be overwhelming. Airlines are …

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These U.S. Airlines Were The Worst For Mishandled Luggage Amid Travel Chaos

Air travel has been a significant source of frustration for those looking to get away after years of restrictions kept them at home. Delays, cancellations, and lost luggage have plagued travelers this summer and will likely continue into the fall. Knowing which airline to fly with, which airports to fly from, and tips for navigating …

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Will ‘Don’t Pay Until You Fly’ Become The Future of Air Travel?

Even though it may have subsided now that the peak months are over, 2022’s disruptive travel season is set to exert influence on customer behavior, and even the industry, for months to come. In fact, recent controversies like that of Air Canada are now leading airlines to consider a ‘no payment until you fly’ model …

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World’s Longest Flights Are Back: Could You Handle These 10 Ultra Long Routes?

Most international travelers are accustomed to spending six to ten hours on board, often overnight. For those with the ability to sleep while flying, the result is a comfortable flight with only a few hours spent trying to occupy their time. However, some long-haul flights are a different animal. It’s easy to sleep half a …

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U.S. Airlines With The Most Delays And Cancellations This Month

Air travel in the United States has been rough this summer. Overwhelming travel demand has strained a short-staffed aviation industry, leading to delays, cancellations, and lost luggage. Travelers have been eager to regain their freedom after years of pandemic-era regulations have decimated the travel industry. Unfortunately, airlines and airports were not prepared, and flights have …

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US Government Launching Platform That Will Enable Passengers To Compare Airline Services

With the ongoing chaos affecting air travel lately, have you ever wondered which airline would be ‘safer’ to book with, based on what benefits they offer in the event of a delay or cancelation? Pretty soon, the U.S. Government will launch an online platform enabling Americans to do just that, and make better informed decisions …

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Why Trips To Europe May Not Go As Planned This Fall

If there is one phrase that has consistently made headlines for travel this summer, it’s travel chaos. Never-ending lines for security, consistent delays and cancellations, and piles of lost luggage have become a grim reality for travelers this summer, particularly in Europe. In fact, Europe was considered the worst place to travel this summer due …

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These U.S. Airlines Had The Most Delays And Cancelations In July

Air travel in the United States and the rest of the world has had a rough summer, with some airports even capping the number of flights allowed per day. Demand has skyrocketed after years of being unable to travel due to the pandemic. Now that the world is easing restrictions and opening back up, travelers …

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Southwest Eliminates Flight Credit Expirations: What Travelers Need To Know

Passengers who fly Southwest Airlines are in for much more freedom when their trip doesn’t work out as planned. Travelers who need to change or cancel their plans with Southwest have not had to pay any fees to do so for some time. Even travelers who book a non-refundable fare can cancel; they will simply …

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