Continental Airlines has announced that flight operations at airports in the southeastern United States are being affected by Hurricane Katrina…
Continental Airlines has announced that flight operations at airports in the southeastern United States are being affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Continental Airlines and Continental Express have cancelled a total of 111 flights yesterday, including all flights at New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana; Mobile, Alabama; Gulfport/Biloxi, Mississippi and Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
Flights are subject to delay or cancellation at other airports in the region. Continental Airlines anticipates resuming service to these markets as local airport authorities give approval to reopen the affected airports.
Continental is monitoring Hurricane Katrina and normal flight operations will resume as weather and field conditions permit.
Continental is providing a weather advisory and real time flight status reports at continental.com.
Due to hurricane Katrina, Continental is providing the option to reschedule or reroute travel without penalty for customers ticketed to any of the affected cities through Sep. 3. Contact reservations to adjust/postpone existing affected itineraries for later travel on Continental. Travel must be rescheduled by Sept. 10.
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