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You’re Most Likely To Get Bumped From Your Flight On These U.S. Airlines

You planned your important trip in advance, bought your tickets for the exact dates you wanted, you have everything ready, you head to the airport, you check in and all you have to do now is wait, but, surprise! the airline oversold the flight and you are not allowed to board your flight. A traveler’s …

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3 U.S. Airlines Included In World’s Top 20 Airlines

Three US-based airlines have been included in a recent list of the world’s top 20 airlines, down from four in the same list of the world’s best airlines which was published last year. The list, which was carefully curated by the team of aviation experts behind the popular AirlineRatings website, was revealed just yesterday, and …

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Flight Cancelled? Refund Polices Of Major U.S. Airlines

With thousands of flights cancelled across various airlines on Memorial Day weekend, many travelers had their vacation plans ruined before they even got started. Unfortunately for travelers, it seems as though last weekend will serve as an unfortunate precursor for more flight problems this summer, with the industry still blighted by staff shortages, rising costs …

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12 New Domestic And International Flight Routes To Amazing Destinations

Flight routes are returning to some of your favorite vacation spots and even never before seen nonstop flights to popular destinations have been added. Here are the latest new domestic and international flight routes launched this past week, perfect to give you some wanderlust ideas. Montreal to San Francisco on Air Transat Montrealers now have …

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The Best and Worst U.S. Airlines Revealed

A recent study has revealed which airlines in the US are amongst the best in the country – and which are amongst the worst. The study, which was carried out by the finance website WalletHub, scored each airline of the airlines included across a range of different factors, which allowed them to work out which …

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U.S. Won’t Push Vaccine Mandate for Domestic Air Travel At This Time

In a statement to the press, U.S. President Joe Biden said that he doesn’t see the need to mandate vaccination proof for domestic air travel at this time. The president’s comment was made following a press briefing about the U.S. travel updates, Biden was asked by a reporter if he was considering any requirements for …

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U.S. Air Travel Demand Increasing Despite Concerns Over Delta Variant

Despite growing concerns over the Delta variant disrupting the resumption of international travel, airlines say that demand is only getting stronger, with some reporting their busiest weekend since the pandemic began. Airline Demand Is Increasing Globally In the United States, more than two million people a day are transiting through U.S. airports, according to recent …

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Southwest Announces New Flights To Vacation Hot Spots For Spring and Summer

Southwest Airlines’ network is seeing rapid growth as the carrier just announced the launch of Myrtle Beach, expansion in Austin, and new, nonstop service to popular vacation destinations. The latest additions to the carrier’s trajectory total a whopping 36 new routes in time for summer. The move comes as air travel hits pandemic-era highs and …

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U.S. Looking To Lift International Travel Bans By May

Americans are ready to travel, airlines are picking up, and vaccination counts are increasing. Meanwhile, travel bans and restrictions are still in place – limiting the scope of movement for over a year – with no end in sight. Amidst the obscurity of when travel will return to how it once was, there is now …

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U.S. Government Urged To Reopen For Tourism To All Countries By May 1

“The risk of COVID-19 transmission while flying is low,” reads the letter. It further states that the current health protocols, such as mask-wearing and physical distancing, paired with industry-standard air filtration on planes and contact tracing systems are effective in combating the spread of COVID-19 during travel and that this claim is affirmed by scientific …

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1.35 Million Americans Traveled On Friday Marking Busiest Day In The Past Year

Americans are beginning to regain confidence in air travel, as evidenced by TSA’s recent checkpoint data. 1,357,111 Americans were screened in airports across the United States on March 13, marking the busiest day since the inception of the global pandemic last year. The figures previously fell to 90,000 in April and remained below the one-million …

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American Airlines and JetBlue Partnership Adds 33 New Flight Routes

American Airlines and JetBlue will be officially launching their partnership by offering nearly 80 codeshare flights and 33 new routes to their customers.  The partnership, concentrating predominantly on the Northeast markets of the U.S, will be offering codeshare flights and new routes to and from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport …

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