Airports, businesses and government working together to ease holiday travel amid government shutdown

(WJHL) – Businesses, organizations and our federal government are working together to welcome our valued traveling customers back and making adjustments as needed during this disruption of travel patterns. Travel agencies and airlines are…

Airports, businesses and government working together to ease holiday travel amid government shutdown

(WJHL) – Businesses, organizations and our federal government are working together to welcome our valued traveling customers back and making adjustments as needed during this disruption of travel patterns. Travel agencies and airlines are also doing everything they can to assist their customers as they adapt to new travel patterns. For the coming weeks, North America will be noticeably more crowded, with the majority of large American cities seeing increases. (Click the image below to see a ranking of the cities that will be affected most)

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Travel companies offering special promotions and discounts to travelers are also taking advantage of this disruption by communicating potential change fees ahead of time, proactively reaching out to keep travelers informed and helping them find travel alternatives. A number of U.S. businesses are cooperating with the Government and have offered special travel packages for when travel resumes as scheduled.

Specific cities affected by the impact of the new U.S. Travel Alert are:

Charlotte, North Carolina

Chicago, Illinois

Columbus, Ohio

Denver, Colorado

Houston, Texas

Los Angeles, California

Miami, Florida

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Montreal, Canada

Seattle, Washington

St. Louis, Missouri

(WJHL/WTOC)

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