Airlines work to accommodate customers during winter weather

02/21/2014 |

Airlines have taken steps to proactively cancel flights during the winter's snowstorms. "It's been a challenging winter," said Todd Lehmacher, spokesman for US Airways-American Airlines. "Our goal is to run as reliable of an operation as possible; it's very expensive not to run a reliable operation." Southwest Airlines also dedicates staff to accommodating customers during bad weather. "If we know there is a hurricane or bad weather conditions, we will issue special accommodations for certain cities," said Michelle Agnew, a spokeswoman for Southwest Airlines.

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