They cancel flights at the slightest chance of bad weather, rather than delay them!
Right. That's why we took 5, 6, 7 hour delays on the mainline flights on Thursdays.
Some people shouldn't talk about things they don't know about.
Sorry but as a travel agent in the EWR area I beg to differ.
Sorry, BigOrange, but as a CO
CLEVELAND, I beg to differ. You don't have clue, so why not quite while you're behind?
set a record for over 100 days of 100% completion of flights this year. COEX had almost as many. That's not the m/o of an airline that does what you say. Again, quite while you're behind.
After Hopkins got, officially, about 17 inches of rain, and about an inch of ice since Wedensday, after struggling to keep runways open; after a lot of aircraft and crews out or whack; after the ramp and taxiways, at times, almost impassable from snow and ice, I'm hoping things are returning to normal on Christmas Eve. Fortunately, in the afternoon, we're running a reduced holiday schedule, and that also should help get the system back in sync.
Big Orange, come spend ONE DAY
, doing what I did today, in the conditions we had to endure, and you wouldn't be so ignorant in your comments.