U.S. air travel conditions improve over Fourth of July weekend

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By Gigi Zamora and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. travelers braving the skies faced fewer flight delays and cancellations over the Fourth of July weekend when compared with the Memorial Day weekend in May, even as air travel approached pre-pandemic levels. Staffing shortages and a surge in demand are causing operational headaches for U.S. airlines, which analysts and some industry executives predict will not improve before autumn, when demand tends to decrease. Over the four-day Fourth of July holiday weekend, over 8.8 million passengers made their way through U.S. Transportation…

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