Reduced schedules offer fewer alternatives for stranded fliers

Despite a sharp drop in passengers, holiday air traffic in much of the country has been snarled by severe weather that left customers stranded for hours or scrambling for rebooking. With available seats down by about 10% this year compared with last, travel columnist Joe Brancatelli expects a tough week ahead. When "so many flights have been canceled and connections missed, whatever slack that remains is gone," he says.

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