Traveling this summer? Then you’ve probably noticed some weird imbalances in flight availability and pricing. In fact, there have been major changes in the number of flights cut and added at airports across the U.S.
In short, the West Coast has added lots of new flights, the East Coast has lost flights; and smaller hubs in the Midwest and Central U.S. have seen huge cuts. This week, The Wall Street Journal published an interesting article and map detailing the changes, titled “The Cities that Have Lost the Most Flights.” Find a MarketWatch brief of the article here.