As the latest winter storm hits the East Coast, travelers are once again facing limited options. Turns out when a storm hits New York, Boston or Washington, D.C., travel is disrupted throughout the country. In addition to preemptive flight cancellations, there are issues with delays and rescheduling flights.
The general rule is that for every 13 hours that you’re down it takes 36 hours to get airplanes and crew back in sequence and on schedule.
Peter joins the team at Extra to offer his tips and tools for weathering a flight delay, including what questions to ask when rebooking during a storm and how to reschedule through an alternate airport.
For more information check out:
- Five Tips for Changing a Flight During a Winter Storm
- The Top 10 Free Apps to Keep You Entertained at the Airport
- Avoiding Delays from Severe Weather Travel