When Disaster Strikes, Airlines Scramble

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    SmartMoney - Travel by Kelli B. Grant - Published March 14, 2011


    "During the political riots in Cairo last month, one airline waived change fees on travel to the city for two months. When swine flu broke out in Mexico last year, most carriers gave travelers up to a year to rebook. And hours after an earthquake and tsunami ravaged Japan, the airlines once again announced what travelers would -- and would not -- be entitled to. And this time, travelers will once again have different options than in previous disasters."​

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