|by John Rambow||Airfares & Flying, Airlines||1|
You can expect fewer passengers in front of you at domestic airports come fall. USA Today estimates that about a third of the country's busiest airports will be losing 10 percent of flights.
Biggies include Honolulu (down 23.7 percent—this includes flights among the Hawaiian islands), Oakland (down 21.8 percent), and Kansas City (down 15.7 percent). A graphic illustrates the cuts state by state.