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Many Holiday Trips Canceled at The End of The Week

As of Sunday morning, more than 1,000 flights to, from, or within the US were delayed with another 700 canceled

About 1,000 flights ended up being delayed or canceled during the June holidays, including Father’s Day, the busiest air travel since the start of the year.

On Friday, more than 2.4 million people traveled through Transportation Security Department checkpoints, according to published data. During the same day, airlines canceled more than 1,100 flights by noon after canceling more than 1,700 flights on Thursday. More than 6,300 flights to, from, or within the US were delayed on Saturday, with 859 canceled.

As of Sunday morning, more than 1,000 flights to, from, or within the United States were postponed, with 700 canceled as well. The list of airports with the most delays and cancellations includes names such as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, New York John F. Kennedy International Airport and Chicago O’Hare Airport, On the Memorial Day holiday, nearly 2,700 flights were cancelled.

Many airlines with understaffed and under-numbered pilots canceled thousands of flights during the summer season. Take, for example, Southwest Airlines, which cut its schedule by nearly 20,000 flights during the summer. Read more [Jetblue Cancels About 1,280 Flights Due to Omicron].

Delta Airlines also revealed the cancellation of 100 daily outgoing flights from destinations in the United States and Latin America, which will affect travel from July 1 to August 7. Read more [Improving Demand Pushes Delta Airlines to Raise Expectations] and [Flight Prices Rise With Increased Demand for Travel].

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