Airlines move up schedule for making bad-weather flight decisions

02/8/2010 | TheStreet.com

Airlines have dramatically changed their approach to dealing with bad weather over the past decades. Now, instead of trying to fly until the last minute, carriers focus on making decisions early and giving passengers options. In advance of a huge snowstorm, Delta decided at 8 a.m. Thursday to shut down its Washington, D.C.-area operations late Friday afternoon.

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