United Airlines No Longer Charging Bicycle Fees

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United Airlines has recently made a lot of friends among cycling enthusiasts, as the airline has eliminated fees for passengers traveling with their bicycles. The airline is joining the movement already started by American and Delta, underscoring the cycling trend that has exploded during the Covid-19 pandemic.

This is welcome news for the cycling community and for the thousands of people who have envied hikers who can fly cross-country to explore national parks or other appealing areas. This fee elimination will likely boost travel among the cycling community, which is good news for many destinations that rely heavily on revenue from their outdoor recreational offerings. Read more.

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