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Airlines Commit to Providing Meals and Hotel Rooms After Canceled Flights

Pete Buttigieg, the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, put pressure on major airlines to improve their customer service policies when passengers face flight disruptions.

Fall Vacations Increase By 40% As People Search Online For A Getaway

With the summer months coming to a close and the crisp autumn breeze begins to fill the air, people are still looking for that perfect getaway. 

Domestic Airfare To Drop 40% In Fall Months After Pricey And Demanding Summer Travel

According to Hopper, domestic airfare will drop to $286 in August, down 25% compared to May's airfare and over 10% from July's. Meanwhile, September and October will see drops of about 40% ($238 for a domestic round-trip) from the peak summer months.

Lost Luggage Seeing A Surge During Summer Travel Months

As travel picks up across the country in the wake of relaxed COVID-19 protocols, so are mishaps. According to data by the Department of Transportation, airlines misplaced almost 220,000 bags in April, up from 127,000 a year ago.

International And Domestic Air Travel Companies Coping With Staff Shortages During Busy Travel Season

A multitude of international and domestic airlines are struggling to keep up with recent travel demands as they cope with staff shortages, leading to thousands of delayed and canceled flights.