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After a shutdown wrought by the pandemic this spring, travel is slowly resuming – very slowly. More stir-crazy travelers are researching trips, booking flights, and making future travel plans. But travel has changed since the last time you set foot on a plane.

If you've got questions, we've got answers. I'm hosting a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) today at 1 p.m. CST. Join me in the r/IAmA subreddit this afternoon and ask away!


Join the discussion in our Reddit AMA now!


The topic? What it's like flying today, comparing how the big four U.S. airlines have changed during the pandemic, and all things air travel in our strange new normal.


Curious how you should prepare for an upcoming trip? Torn between which airlines you should fly with? Wondering which airline handles the boarding and deplaning process best – and worst? It's all fair game.

You'll need a Reddit account to chat with me, so set one up for free if you don't have one already. I'm looking forward to answering your questions – see you on Reddit!

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