A4A: Vacations Surpass Business Trips In U.S. Air Travel

Credit: John Heimlich (A4A)

Personal leisure trips have overtaken business trips as the pre-eminent reason for U.S. airline travel, according to a new study by Airlines for America (A4A). The industry group pulled data from a December 2015 online survey of 3,019 U.S. citizens for its Status of Air Travel in the USA report...

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