Friday, 23 September 2005

USA Today on holiday flights

Now's the time to book holiday flights (Laura Bly, USA Today, 23 September 2005):

"I would be surprised to see any airlines go under before New Year's, but holiday schedule disruptions could be problematic," warns Edward Hasbrouck, a San Francisco-based travel expert. "When flights are already fully booked at the holidays, it can be difficult or impossible to accommodate passengers if a flight is canceled. If the airline decides to reduce its frequency of service on the route, a refund is small consolation."

Link | Posted by Edward on Friday, 23 September 2005, 00:46 (12:46 AM)
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