PHOTO: United Airlines Airbus A320-232 at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. (photo via Flickr/Tomás Del Coro)
Following the attack on a country music festival in Las Vegas Sunday that left at least 59 people dead and another 527 injured, airlines serving the region are offering free flights and waiving change fees.
Las Vegas is a major destination in the United States, with many of the top airlines flying in and out of McCarran International Airport every day. In response to the attack, the carriers are helping travelers impacted by the devastation.
United Airlines announced that it will waive change fees for anyone scheduled to fly to or from Las Vegas from October 2 through October 6. In addition, the carrier will waive any difference in fares between the new and originally scheduled flights as long as the passenger books the same cabin, doesn’t change the cities on the trip and flies by October …