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These Are The Top 5 Most Affordable U.S. Airports For Domestic Flights

In the last year, the consumer price index for airline tickets has shot up by 25% — the largest jump since the Federal Reserve of St. Louis began tracking the index in 1989. In April alone, airfares spiked by 18.6%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even though airline prices are soaring, Americans aren’t …

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This Is How Long You’re Now Expected To Wait In Line At Cancun Airport

Delivering on an ambitious promise to improve waiting times at Cancun Airport, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Miguel Torruco Marqués has proudly announced a considerable reduction has been achieved due to reinforcement in personnel. Now, visitors will no longer have to wait for hours until they are through security during peak seasons. Pandemic or not, Cancun …

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The Mandatory Use Of Masks On Flights In Europe Is Being Removed

Starting on May 16 it will be optional for travelers to wear face coverings The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) announced on Wednesday in a press release that starting on May 16 face masks will no longer be mandatory in airports and during flights.  …

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How Travelers Should Prepare For Busy Airports This Summer

As summer 2022 approaches, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is preparing for substantial travel numbers. They believe passenger volumes may even exceed that of 2019 for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.  The TSA’s Statement  TSA Administrator, David Pekoske, said: “Daily passenger volumes at TSA checkpoints show that people are traveling again, and …

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Flight Liquid Limit Could Be Finally Scrapped After 16 Years

Although observing a 100 ml rule for liquids and removing electronics from bags ahead of security screening at airports have become almost instinctive for travelers, new technology being trialed at some airports could soon allow these rules to be scrapped for good. While younger travelers may not be aware there was a time they were …

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Top 5 Busiest Airports In The U.S. and How To Beat The Queues

The busiest airports in the world have now been revealed, and airports in the US have taken the top five spots. With some other typically busy airports around the world still struggling with Covid-19 related restrictions that have impacted travel, the US has dominated the list of the world’s busiest airports once more, with air …

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5 Of The World’s Best Airports Are In The USA

A recent study into which airports are the best for travelers has revealed that five of the top 10 airports around the world are located in the USA. Despite a range of issues affecting the continent, such as inclement weather and a myriad of other factors brought about by the pandemic, American airports are shown …

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Mexico City’s New Airport Will Have Visitors Landing 30 Miles Out Of The City

In trying to manage the overwhelming influx of tourists arriving to its shores every day, Mexico is inaugurating a new airport serving Mexico City, its busy, metropolitan capital. While these would normally be good news, especially considering how chaotic Mexico City’s International Airport – AICM has become over the last few years, tourists may be …

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Americans Could Face Massive Delays As 53 Million People Plan Thanksgiving Travel

Combined With New International Regulations, Airports and Roads May Be Severely Impacted 53 Million Americans are projected to be traveling this Thanksgiving. The estimate brings numbers to within 5% of pre-pandemic levels. The figure, calculated by AAA Road Group, came with several warnings and advice for those braving the journey to see loved ones. These …

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These U.S. Airlines and Airports Are Most Likely To Have Delays

A recent study has revealed which airlines and airports in the US are more like to have delays and cancellations, and which are most likely to see your flight leave on time. There are few worse feelings you can have as a traveler than turning up to an airport, only to see your flight is …

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8 More Canadians Airports Open For International Travelers

Canada is soon set to have an additional 8 airports around the country welcoming international travelers. The news is bound to be welcomed by not only locals planning trips to other countries, but also by travel and tourism related companies up and down the country, with the increased interconnectivity expected to result in an increase …

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