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I've had to cancer two trips already
This blows

I was supposed to be in Nevada looking at nuclear devastation last week

I might just book a flight back to Ireland in the summer
They haven't cancelled a damn thing as far as I can see
And prices are low enough for summer anyways

It depends on the airline. Airlines cancelling is better for passengers than them operating flights that very few people can travel on.

It's a bizarre time. Another issue is that there isn't enough "parking" (for want of a better word) for the fleets... so they have to keep a certain number of planes in the air at all times.
 

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It depends on the airline. Airlines cancelling is better for passengers than them operating flights that very few people can travel on.

It's a bizarre time. Another issue is that there isn't enough "parking" (for want of a better word) for the fleets... so they have to keep a certain number of planes in the air at all times.
Summer is available for under $700
That's decent enough tbh
And there are no change fees, so I can bump it to next year if that becomes necessary

Aer Lingus are always slippery though
 

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