By ALEX SMITHThe travel industry is a hotbed of controversy, with airlines and travel companies across the country taking aim at each other in the last year.
But the last month has seen a spate of cancellations and delays for a number of travel companies that were once considered the industry’s go-to travel booking sites.
Some travel companies are now in the process of shutting down entirely, with some cancelling entire orders and others having to re-book their customers for flights.
Some have reported more than 300 cancellations in the past month alone, and many of them were due to issues with the new US visa rules, according to a new report from the Travel Industry Association.
The list includes:American Airlines: Airlines have had to cancel some flights, including two scheduled for April 1st.
The airline said the reason for the cancellation was a visa requirement that the company does not have the manpower to comply with.
“We have a backlog of new visas coming into the country, and we’re not able to meet that backlog at the moment,” an American spokesperson told Business Insider.
Delta Air Lines: Delta’s website went dark on April 30th.
The airline is also canceling a lot of flights in the coming days, according a Delta spokesperson.
Delta has also suspended some flights in anticipation of new visa rules coming into effect on April 15th, which will allow more people to come into the US.
AirTran Airways: The airline has also had to stop booking flights to countries that are not compliant with the visa regulations.
AirTron has also announced that it is cutting flights in response to the new visa rule.
For its part, Delta said that it was going to suspend flights until April 17th.
American Airlines and JetBlue are also planning to suspend some flights and/or cancel some operations.
TSA: A TSA spokesperson told CNNMoney that TSA will not be able to process the backlog of visas for a few more days until the new immigration rules are implemented.
It is unclear whether the airlines and TSA are working on a compromise solution to get visas processed, but both companies said they have plans to reschedule their flights for April.
American Airlines has also said that they will be working with TSA to rescheddule flights for a limited time.
Delta Airlines has also told CNN that they are looking into rescheduling some of their flights to accommodate the new visas.
There are no flights on American Airlines’ website that will not return to normal.
JetBlue, which also has a website that is still up, says that it will also be rescheduled for a small window of time.
All the companies that have been affected by the visa restrictions have not released any further information about how the cancellations have affected them, other than to say that their business is going well.