If You Weren’t Already Aware, 2022 Was A Very Bad Year For Airlines

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Between the nearly 190,000 canceled US flights, widespread failure to issue refunds, technical meltdowns, historic delays, and sketchy third-party booking agencies, 2022 was not a good year for airlines.

Consumers issued so many complaints against airlines in December of 2022 that the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) decided to release the year-end data last week without December’s numbers because the process was taking too long.

Even without December, a new report from Colorado Public Interest Research Group (CoPIRG) found that consumer complaints about air travel nearly quadrupled in 2022 compared with 2019 despite fewer travelers.

KGNU’s Alexis Kenyon spoke with the executive director of CoPIRG, Danny Katz about the report.

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