• Check out these early warning websites to help you stay in the know before you go


    You trip over your bags rushing out the front door; on the drive to the airport your family learns the meaning of fear and the run to your gate tests the health of your heart, only to find your flight has been delayed. It’s happened to all of us. Being able to anticipate bad weather and other travel delays can be a key factor in avoiding some of the stress of travel. Check out these early warning websites to help you stay in the know before you go.

    Flight Delay Information - Air Traffic Control System Command Center

    Google: To learn the status of a US flight using Google, type in the name of the airline and the flight number into the search box.

    Travel Tips and Airport Updates

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