Glum predictions for fall travel thanks to Katrina, labor woes

09/6/2005 | NYTimes.com

Prices were already rising before Hurricane Katrina struck a devastating blow to the travel industry, and fall 2005 may make 2001 seem tame to business travelers, The New York Times reports. Most road warriors will have to adhere to their schedules amid delays, potential airline bankruptcies, labor disputes and surging costs.

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