Travel Company Surf Patch Offers Comments on How NY Airports Will Rebound From Sandy and Help Passengers FlyClear Again
Following a recent article on what to expect from NY airports after the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, Surf Patch offers comments on the situation.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 02, 2012
On November 2, 2012, travel and clothing company Surf Patch commented on a recent Forbes article by Micheline Maynard on what to expect from NY airports as they rebound from Hurricane Sandy, and work on helping passengers to flyclear once again.
According to the Forbes article, New York airports are slowly getting things into gear once again as the cleanup continues after the destruction of Hurricane Sandy. However, the article also states that “Anyone who plans to travel to or from the New York area over the next few days and even weeks had better pack some patience, because there's still a lot the airlines can't control.”
The article admits that, flooded subways and tunnels, and limited bus routes are making it hard for airport staff to get to work. The article states that Jet Blue is, “making arrangements to bus their employees from different locations.” According to the article, until the transportation system is up and running smoothly again, getting airport staff to work and getting planes in the air is going to prevent passengers from being able to flyclear of delays and hardships in the coming days.
Travel company Surf Patch understands the difficulty of getting flights in the air on time due to the hurricane aftermath. Word traveler Takara Licausi stated, “Without crew members or staff, it is very difficult for flights to be on time. The only thing passengers could really do at this point is be patient, and let the airports keep doing the best they can.”
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