Why Airlines Make Flights Longer On Purpose

BBCNews

In the 1960s it took five hours to fly from New York to LA, 45 minutes to hop from New York to DC. Today, these same flights now take six-plus hours and 75 minutes respectively. It’s called “schedule creep,” or padding. And it’s a secret the airlines don’t want you to know about

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