Hello all, I have a flight booked to Madrid from Austin. I could not get through on the phone line, but when I looked in the US airways site, it showed that the flight was still on time and not cancelled. I looked in FlightStats.com and it showed ok. I drove down to the airport just to make sure, and at the counter they told me it was cancelled, all legs. So, I rebooked for the following day. Just for fun, I looked online and it still shows the flights as being on time and ready to go. How can you tell, are all the systems just so backlogged that you can't trust the system, or was the counter person just being pre-emptive and guessing that it would go cancelled based on some data she can see but I cannot. This is an A330-200, so I am guessing it is coming back from Europe. Is there a way to see where the plane really is at this time and track it to the airport. I'm not complaining, at least I have been rebooked. I just want some better tools. If I had not gone to the airport, I would have shown up for nothing but a rebook along with everyone else who is then stuck. I would love to track the plane, it just seems like that would have been a helpful tool to show me where it is stuck. Thanks.