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New York Is The Most Expensive U.S. City For Air Travel Right Now

Flight costs have soared through the roof since the world reopened for tourism. In the U.S., a pent-up travel demand has pushed prices up the highest, with the airfare inflation being attributed to a handful of destinations only. One of them is New York, named by TravelPerk the most expensive city for air travel right …

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Here’s Why You Might Not Be Able To Book Flights To London In The Immediate Future

A short time after London Heathrow, one of the Europe’s busiest airports, urged airlines to stop selling tickets as they couldn’t possibly cope with an overwhelming demand, British Airways has been one of the first to follow the order. BA won’t simply trim their schedule, though: it is going as far as temporarily halting ticket …

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Air Travel Chaos Could Last At Least Another Year

With the pandemic somewhat controlled, the disruptions facing the travel industry have become the main concern for tourists flying abroad. Since summer started, a wave of delays and cancellations has wreaked havoc in airports, led by logistical issues and a lack of staff. Unfortunately, the chaos we’re seeing today could last at least another year. …

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Germany’s Busiest Airport Is The Latest To Add Flight Limits To Combat Travel Chaos

Shortly after Amsterdam and London’s airports announced they would add a capacity cap in order to help air traffic operators cope with the surging travel demand, Germany’s busiest airport has announced it will be joining them in limiting daily flights. If you’re due to fly via Frankfurt International in the coming weeks, we advise you …

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Canadian Airlines And Airports Now Have The Worst Delays In The World

Although hopes were high for the first restriction-free travel season, the current chaos seen at airports is making two years of Covid look more and more like a mild disturbance. Flight delays, cancellations, lost luggage reports and emergency re-routing due to air traffic congestion are now widespread across the industry. No matter how seasoned a …

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Delta May Offer You $10,000 Dollars To Get Off An Overbooked Flight

One of the airlines most heavily affected by the 2022 aviation crisis, Delta is reportedly resorting to more radical measures to ensure operations run as smoothly as possible, going as far as offering passengers on an overbooked flight 10,000 dollars to peacefully leave the aircraft. You know what they say… Every cloud has a silver …

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American Airlines Will No Longer Sell Amsterdam Flights Amid Airport Chaos

In another chapter of the ongoing 2022 aviation crisis, American Airlines has just announced it will temporarily pause ticket sales on flights departing Amsterdam Schiphol, at the airport’s own request. The move follows four other suspensions Stateside and the axing of multiple long-haul routes. Europe is arguably undergoing its bumpiest travel season yet, and this …

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Italy Vacations Threatened As Airport Staff Announce Strikes Over Summer

Europe’s summer travel chaos will only get worse. Now that travel demand is back to 2019 levels and most countries have removed entry rules, Europe as a whole is failing to handle higher passenger numbers amid reports of reduced airport staff. In Italy, the situation is particularly concerning, as operators have just announced strikes over …

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Passengers Missing Flights Across Europe After Travel Chaos At Airports Continue

As a result of increasingly common staff shortages, security issues and flight delays, thousands of passengers have missed their flights across Europe this week. The travel chaos experienced in some of the heavily affected airports is likely to continue as the aviation industry faces one of its worst post-Covid crises – and it could aggravate …

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Americans Visiting Ireland This Summer Risk Facing Severe Travel Disruption

Covid may have subsided, but traveling Europe in the upcoming months will not come without its own subset of challenges. In fact, Americans visiting Ireland this summer now risk facing severe travel disruption, as the nation’s busiest international airport in Dublin tries to strike a delicate balance between higher travel demand and staff shortages. After …

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United Airlines Is Taking More Aggressive Action To Stop Rising Air Fares

In order to stop what is proving to be an unprecedented, and even disruptive, rise in air fares, United Airlines is ready to take more aggressive action to mitigate the impacts of the 2022 aviation crisis. Now, they are calling for an industry-wide investment in sustainable aviation fuel and advocating for an end to America’s …

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United Will Suspend 7 Important International Flights For June

If you’re booked with United to fly to Brazil, Europe, Hawaii or Japan this summer, you may want to double check the status of your flight, as the airline has just suspended 7 of its most important international flights for June. Citing aircraft shortages, it has had to double back and revise its ambitious post-Covid …

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