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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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You Can Get A Full Refund Within The First 24 Hours On All U.S. Flights

A relatively unknown U.S. Department of Transportation rule could come in handy for travelers who have a quick change of plans. The ‘24-hour reservation requirement’ rule requires airlines to give travelers a full refund if they cancel their flight within 24 hours of buying a ticket. This applies to all airlines that operate flights within …

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Lynx Air Announces 4 New Flight Routes To The U.S.

The Canadian ultra-low-cost airline Lynx Air has announced four new flight routes over the border to the United States. The airline, which is based in Calgary, serves a range of different destinations across Canada, but the announcement of its four new routes to the U.S. will be the first international flights offered by Lynx Air. …

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Under $400 Round-Trip Flights To Europe This Fall & Winter If You Act Fast

From right now through October 2nd, Americans can buy tickets to fly round-trip to several European cities for under $400. The deal is in celebration of World Tourism Day (9-27) and offers heavily discounted flights to 7 popular European destinations for travelers flying out of Boston (BOS), Baltimore/D.C. (BWI), and New York (SWF). The deal …

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Hurricane Ian Is Wreaking Havoc on Travel In Florida

If you’ve seen the news lately, you know how much Hurricane Ian is stealing headlines, and for good reason. Hurricane Ian is wreaking havoc on travel in Florida, and its progression will not be pretty. Many counties along Florida’s western coast have even received evacuation orders, including part of Florida’s third most-populous city, Tampa. Current …

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Delta Airlines Ramps Up Flights To Brazil This Winter Amid High Demand

Delta Airlines is set to ramp up its total number of flights to Brazil this upcoming winter season due to high demand. The South American gem, famed for its samba dances, long sandy beaches, and colorful way of life, has emerged as a hugely popular destination for American travelers over the past few months, serving …

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Survey Reveals The Most Annoying Passengers On Flights

If you have never had another passenger annoy you during one of your flights, count yourself lucky! Most travelers have run into a passenger that irritated them at some point during a flight. The more you fly, the more often you see (or smell) passengers that clearly aren’t the rest of the flight’s favorite character. …

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U.S. Cities Flying Nonstop To Montego Bay This Winter

Jamaica has had an incredible year of recovery after years of the pandemic, and Montego Bay has emerged as its crown jewel. Jamaica recently claimed half of all the 2022 Travel Awards, and Montego Bay was named one of the top destinations for Americans over the summer. Filled with all-inclusive resorts and gorgeous white sand …

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U.S. Claims Top 7 International Airport Megahubs For 2022

A new report by OAG, a travel industry data platform, has determined the most connected international airports worldwide. The report, dubbed Megahubs 2022, revealed the United States claimed the top 7 spots for the most connected international airports. This year has shaken up the airport industry as the world crawls out of the pandemic, and …

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Travel Off Path’s Deals Of The Week For Your Next Trip

The summer may be wrapping up but that doesn’t mean your travel dreams have to be put on pause until next year. Travel Off Path has gathered some of this week’s best travel deals that will have you planning your next domestic or international vacation. A fall trip to Paris for some off-season fun? Want …

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Women Have Had It With ‘ManSpreading’ On Flights As Man’s Sitting Position Goes Viral

“Manspreading” on planes and other forms of public transportation has been the hot topic of discussion this past week. The issue was brought to light again from this recent Reddit post that went viral of a plane passenger being wedged into her seat as her seatmate’s leg inched its way into her legroom space. To …

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Booking Your Flights Too Far In Advance Could Cost You

Planning next year’s summer getaway already? You may want to hold off a while on buying your flights. Booking too far in advance could cost you, and not just monetarily. In a recent American Airlines’ Tell Me Why podcast, Vice President Brian Znotins provided insight into how airline scheduling and planning occur. The news wasn’t …

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