|Quoting bpat777 (Thread starter):|
What happens with the passengers in this type of situation who I'm sure most were to deplane at PHL.
|Quoting D L X (Reply 2):|
They've been doing this a lot lately when bad weather screws up a hub. I think I really like it: the people who were trying to get to Philly yesterday simply weren't going to get there with the crazy thunderstorms they had. Passengers needing to get to Philly were going to therefore need to be reconfirmed on other flights anyway.
The plane needs to be in Connecticut to continue flying its planned circuit, and at least some portion of those passengers needed to be in Connecticut, so go ahead and fly the plane straight there.
|Quoting MesaFlyGuy (Reply 3):|
I have always wondering that, if there are passengers booked on the flight for it's entire routing, do they just get to board the flight as usual and fly there?