Airline and Hotel Updates Amid COVID-19 Restrictions
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Airlines Cutting Capacity
Many airlines have reduced their flights for the month of April in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. United, for example, reduced their April schedule by 60% including a decrease of 85% of their international flights and 45% across the US and Canada. In addition, airlines are taking steps to assist travelers, such as eliminating change fees, to make trip cancellations and changes easier.
The latest airline notices, regarding COVID-19, can be accessed through the below links
Hotels have also responded to the outbreak, with all major chains making modifications to their cancellation policies. Airbnb also announced that it would allow hosts and guests to cancel reservations through mid-April without penalty.
The most current policy adjustments for the top brands, can be found through the links below:
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