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  1. Jamison @ Points Summary
    Jamison @ Points Summary at |

    great post, definitely a whirlwind of a trip so far. but glad it all worked out in the end. I’d hate to spend that much time in the airport for days!

  2. Alex
    Alex at |

    It certainly was a messy three days in NYC. I was diverted to Buffalo coming home (EWR) Wednesday night. My sister was stranded in ATL coming home (PHL) Thursday night, and my brother was stranded in PHL going home (SFO) from Lisbon Thursday night. It’s always good to have information like this in your head BEFORE the problems occur. Being quick to react is the most important part.

  3. MDR
    MDR at |

    “my GDS systems showed Y3 and hers showed Y0.”

    Can you provide some insight into why these systems were discrepant? (Why doesn’t a GDS live up to the G in the acronym?)

  4. Hobo13
    Hobo13 at |

    Could have driven in that time….. I know because I have!

  5. James K.
    James K. at |

    Jesus, man. That sucks hardcore.

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