Thanks, Mother Nature. Happy Holidays to you, too.
Pardon us for the moment of sarcasm, but the current insanity that’s happening at Heathrow — at last check, the airport has announced that fully less than 1/3 of its flights (both inbound and outbound) will be operating until after Christmas — is just one more major upheaval in a string of weather-related travel nightmares. The 2010 Holiday Travel Season is upon us, and since Thanksgiving, the traveling public has been peppered with gloomy announcements of delays and cancellations, all courtesy of what meteorologists the world over are euphemistically calling “events.” Yes, Mr. Weatherman, it’s pretty eventful out there. Continue reading “The Ripple Effect of Heathrow and Others” »