United, Delta, American Airlines offer COVID-19 fee waivers, but what if you booked in advance?

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The coronavirus outbreak has would-be air travelers scrambling to change their plans or cancel their trips. Here’s what some major airlines are offering. You booked a flight months ago. You were getting super excited about your upcoming dream vacation to Italy or Bangkok or the Grand Canyon or Los Angeles. But now the new coronavirus outbreak has you rethinking your plans. Do you go and take your chances or cancel and take the financial hit? Read Full Story

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Everything to know about Avelo Airlines, the new post-pandemic budget carrier

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The fare is so low, your bag pays more than you do. As the United States continues to inoculate its population at record pace, long-suffering airline companies are readying for an explosion of travel as cooped up Americans stretch their wings once again. Major carriers are canceling their flexible refund policies, unblocking their middle seats , packing their flight schedules, and haggling with government agencies over COVID-19 vaccine passports. And one plucky company is launching a brand-new budget carrier in the midst of the global pandemic. Read Full Story

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