Poll: Have Your Air Travel Plans Changed Because Of The Rise In COVID-19 Cases?

United Airlines warned that bookings are slowing and cancellations are on the rise as the novel coronavirus continues to surge across the U.S.

The Chicago-based carrier said in a filing that it continues to see “significant impact on demand as a result of the recent spike in cases,” noting a deceleration in system bookings and an uptick in cancellations during the week ending Nov. 18. 

The U.S. has seen more than one million new cases of COVID-19 in the week ending Nov. 18, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency has advised people to avoid traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday, urging them instead to limit celebrations to members of their immediate household.

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