LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — American and United Airlines have extended their flight credit expiration dates until March 31 of next year.
A wave of flight credits with a 12-month expiration date was issued last year as the pandemic grounded travel.READ MORE: Día De Los Muertos Celebrations and Others Return To LA
The extension is good for American Airlines travelers who canceled their flights beginning March 1 of last year.READ MORE: Sigma Nu Fraternity At USC Suspends Member At Center Of Sexual Assault Allegations
Meanwhile, the extension covers United Airlines’ cancellations going back to May of 2019.
In a recent fifteen-day period, TSA screened more than a million passengers a day, marking one of the longest streaks since the pandemic began. Last Sunday, an estimated 1.54 million travelers were screened at LAX.MORE NEWS: USC Places Sigma Nu Fraternity On Interim Suspension After Reports Of 'Possible Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assaults,' Students Protest In Support Of Victims
A travel advisory remains in place for Los Angeles County which asks travelers coming into the county to self-quarantine for 15 days, as well as urging that travel be restricted to 120 miles, unless for essential purposes.