What’s Happening With Air Travel This Summer?

What’s Happening With Air Travel This Summer?

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This summer has been more than a headache for people traveling by air. Reports of flight cancellations in the US and around the world are making travelers wary of booking flights. SAS, one of the world’s largest airlines, filed for bankruptcy protection and canceled flights this week. Meanwhile, air travel in Europe is much worst than in the US.

It appears, the airlines tried to do too much, too soon. They wanted to get back to normal after the pandemic, but they did not plan on being unable to meet passenger demand with the necessary staff.  Many of the people who lost their jobs in the airline industry are now working somewhere else. New people, including pilots, need to be trained, and that obviously takes time.
The lesson for all pasengers this summer is to have a contingency plan when traveling by air and to know your rights when it comes to flight delays and cancellations, Above all, it is important to be patient and understanding when it comes to airline staff and crew. They are being overworked and underpaid, and the airlines need to treat their employees fairly.

 

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