Gary Dinges, USA TODAY Published 8:54 p.m. ET March 28, 2020 | Updated 8:55 p.m. ET March 28, 2020CLOSE With the coronavirus pandemic, it is harder to go on vacation. Here are some ways to feel like you’re on vacation by continuing to sit on your couch. USA TODAYU.S. air carriers continue to trim flights as worries about the coronavirus pandemic prompt business and leisure travelers to stay at home.The latest cuts, announced Friday, were made by American Airlines and Delta Air Lines. They follow similar moves by competitors such as Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.American announced on its website that May capacity will drop between 70-80%. (The Fort Worth, Texas-based airline’s April capacity was down between 60-70%.) American’s international capacity for both months will be down between 80-90% year over year.To put those numbers in perspective, American normally operates 6,800 flights daily.More: President Trump signs the $2 trillion stimulus package. What does it mean for travelers?”These changes are due to significantly decreased customer demand and government travel restrictions related to coronavirus,” American said in its online announcement.American’s website will reflect the latest April cuts by Sunday; May reductions will be uploaded by April 5.American has also suspended service to three airports in Hawaii,

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