Cranky on the Web (July 25 – 29)

Secrets to avoiding flight delaysCNN Out of the Office
CNN may call these secrets, but a lot of it is just common sense. Still, here are some good tips for avoiding delays.

In the Trenches: To Train or Not To Train?Intuit Small Business Blog
Finding someone who can really use a GDS is a tough thing to do.

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2 Responses to Cranky on the Web (July 25 – 29)

  1. DL says:

    Good call on the San Francisco caveat–though there’s a caveat to the caveat (which you may well know and had to compress for space). Before 9 am or so, the airport is within capacity for single-runway operation. It’s after that that the fog can start to pin things in, when the number of scheduled arrivals exceeds 30 per hour.

  2. Good article, and that is a great point about San Francisco and the fog, I have only driven there, never flown, but I have many friends who have encountered frequent delays due to the fog. I heard O’Hare is one of the worst airports to deal with, especially if you’re just connecting, but I haven’t been there yet so I can’t speak from personal experience. I don’t usually have troubles with LAX (knock on wood).


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