Travel chaos

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Travel chaos

Good morning,

If you’re planning to travel this summer, get ready for headaches. Due to staffing shortages resulting from Covid-related layoffs and illness, as well as more than two years of chaos in the industry, travel season has so far been a nightmare of cancellations, delays, and general airport mayhem. And things aren't likely to get better anytime soon. 

Unless you're an executive at a major airline, there's not much you can do to guarantee a smooth flight this summer. But you can still take action to minimize the headaches. Here are some tips from travel experts to ease your travel experience, whether it’s for a business trip or a much-needed vacation.
 
 
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