Many travelers who planned to fly in the days before Hurricane Florence were out of luck. Over 2,000 flights were eventually canceled by airlines as the storm drew closer, according to a report from USA Today, though that’s a small number in comparison to last year’s Hurricane Harvey, which led to the cancelation of more than 11,000 flights.
It’s not just one element of a hurricane that can throw airports and trip takers’ plans into chaos.
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