WATCH: Flight cancellations, delays put Americans’ trust in airlines to the test
Travelers at Ronald Reagan Nat’l outside Washington, D.C. shared how ticket prices, flight cancellations and delays have impacted their trust in airlines.
Travelers at an airport outside Washington, D.C., shared how flight cancellations and delays have impacted their trust in the airlines and how rising costs have affected travel plans.
"I don’t think I’m going to be flying a crazy amount ever in the future again," Sophia, from New Jersey, said. She said flight disturbances and high travel costs are long-term issues.
"There are such problems with the airports," Sophia said at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. "I think it’s gonna happen a lot [and] much more frequently as prices rise and [as] the environment becomes much more difficult to deal with."
But Brentwood, from Los Angeles, disagreed. He said he still trusts airlines since flight disturbances aren't typical.
TRAVEL TURBULENCE EXPECTED AHEAD OF FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND AMID CONTINUED FLIGHT DELAYS, CANCELLATIONS