Study shows $35.7B lost because of air travel hassles

06/17/2014 | CBS MoneyWatch

A study conducted by ResearchNow for the U.S. Travel Association showed some travelers opted to avoid flying in 2013, costing airlines and other businesses $35.7 billion. Travelers most often cited problems with delays and cancellations as reasons to avoid flying, followed by fees, safety and security concerns.

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