by Gray Cargill on June 28, 2008

There’s a good article in today’s New York Times about the rapidly changing airline schedules at airports all over the country and how they will impact travelers. Not only are airlines cutting the number of flights between certain cities, but sometimes, they are eliminating those routes altogether. So if you’re used to flying Continental from Newark to Tucson, for example, you’re going to need to find another carrier or another airport. The article has some good advice on how we travelers can best prepare for those changes and not get caught out in the cold if our flights are suddenly cancelled. I’m a big believer in planning ahead and being prepared, and if you are going to travel in the next year or so, you probably should be, too. Read it here:

Spate of Changes in Airline Industry Heightens the Need to Plan Ahead

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