Despite rising airfares, frequent delays and the threat of a pilot’s strike, airlines are predicting that this could be their busiest summer travel season ever. This Memorial Day weekend, the AAA expects that 3.4 million Americans will take flights between Thursday and Sunday. After the widespread cancelations and delays that travelers experienced last summer, this year’s vacation season will be a challenge for airlines to meet expectations.

Demand for air travel remains strong even as airlines are offering fewer flights than they were before the pandemic. With fewer flights available, travelers can expect crowded planes and long lines at the terminal this summer. Experts recommend making your travel plans early and arriving at the airport well before your flight to ensure you have enough time to get through security and make it to your gate.

Airlines also canceled flights at a staggering rate last year. More than 210,000 flights were canceled in 2022, which is more than any other year except for 2001 when, of course, 9/11 disrupted air travel. While unexpected weather events caused some of these cancelations, the Government Accountability Office found that most were caused by factors within the airlines’ control, including maintenance issues, technology failures and staffing problems.

With experts anticipating that these challenges will continue, Pure Rooms can provide relief from these stresses and promote self-improvement when you travel. Pure Rooms use purified air to eliminate contaminants and create the highest quality guest room experience. By removing 99.99% of viruses, bacteria, allergens and other harmful particles, Pure Rooms are a hypoallergenic environment where you can relax and rejuvenate.

Despite loosening restrictions, COVID-19 still poses a serious health risk, especially in crowded public places like the airport. Pure Rooms offer a refuge where you can enjoy peace of mind knowing you are breathing the highest quality air available. And should you find yourself in the unfortunate position of an overnight delay, this superior air quality in a Pure Room will give you the best and most restful night’s sleep you’ll have away from home.

Wellness-minded travelers have trusted Pure Rooms to provide safe and healthy accommodations for more than a decade. Stay in a Pure Room the next time you fly and discover the difference that wellness travel can make.

If traveling in or through the following cities be sure to look for a Pure Room on www.pureroom.com/find-a-pure-room 

Washington, D.C.

Dallas Ft. Worth

Charleston

Philadelphia

Las Vegas

Minneapolis

Baltimore

Atlanta

Orlando

Miami

Tampa

Denver

Oakland

Phoenix

Mobile

 

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