U.S. Airlines Prioritize Some Flights Over Others When Summer Storms Hit

Source: Travel News

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American has fewer than 20 Airbus A321Ts, a premium-seat heavy plane that mostly flies among four cities — San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and New York. When bad weather hits, flights on this aircraft may depart first. Anna Zvereva / Flickr

Skift Take: Want to keep your summer storm delays to a minimum? Try to fly between the largest cities and books flights on the biggest aircraft. It's not a foolproof plan, but it helps. Airlines prioritize certain flights, and it helps to know what they are.

— Brian Sumers

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U.S. Airlines Prioritize Some Flights Over Others When Summer Storms Hit