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Airline Grounds New Year's Flights
Airline Grounds New Year's Flights - (EDITORS: NOTE RADIO STATION CALL LETTERS) -- (SEATTLE) -- Alaska Airlines, which is based in Seattle, is reportedly canceling flights this New Year's Eve. But the carrier says it's NOT because of any Y-Two-K problems. K-N-W-X radio reports that airline officials say they are grounding flights between nine P-M December 31st and nine A-M January first because they can't completely book those flights. The airline insists its planes are Y-Two-K compliant and will be operating on a normal schedule after nine the morning of New Year's Day.
Once again, not related to Y2k, just can get enough people.
(Sorry if this partially posted ealier).
-- hamster (email@example.com), November 02, 1999
Right. This seems to be a world-wide problem...demand is VERY much down!
-- Mad Monk (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 02, 1999.
Funny how demand is going down with the booming economy. And none of it is related to Y2k.
-- haha (email@example.com), November 02, 1999.
Its well known that no one travels over the New Year's weekend. ;-)
we's all jus homebodies
-- Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 03, 1999.