After a summer of “revenge” travel, change is welcomed.
There’s good news after a summer full of what was essentially nightmare-roulette travel, with widespread reports of travelers dealing with delayed and canceled flights, mountains of lost luggage, and general chaos at airports. According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, travel this fall should be way less stressful — and cheaper.
Flight cancellations got so bad that over Memorial Day the cancellation rate for flights was 2.2%. By Labor Day, it was down to 0.6%.