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Storm forces cancellation of 1400 flights in Chicago

(CNN)A winter storm moving through the Great Lakes region dumped snow in the Midwest and led to the cancellation of more than 1,400 flights Sunday in Chicago. In nearby Detroit, a plane slid off a runway into the grass and snow. Parts of the nation felt the effects of the cold weather on Sunday, as another arctic blast is expected to hit just about half the country this week. ( More...

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sparkie624 7
The airline that I work for lost a lot of flights (not planes) as a result of the weather... Tis the season for canceled flights and snow bound passengers...
Who can I sue? There has to be someone to sue....Al Gore? Someone...anyone...

sparkie624 3
Mother Nature! LOL... You just might win... After all a Woman sued McDonald's because she poured it in her own lap...
joel wiley 2
Who's going to serve the papers on her? Not It!
Torsten Hoff 3
Just throw them up, the wind will take them.

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joel wiley 1
Jerry Brown is trying that with San Francisco to Los Angeles high speed rail. You can look at how well that is going, it's well documented the Internet available sources.
How would a Phoenix - Flagstaff high speed rail line pencil out economically?
wingbolt 2
And take the private airport in Paulden by eminent domain!

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joel wiley 4
A "LEGIT" aviator could do a simple search on Flightaware and find:
In fact, even the non-legitimate unwashed hoi and poloi could do so as well. lists it as (Pvt)/ Big Springs/ 4421-42 and is their database:

In a previous post you mentioned that this one was privately owned, and required prior permission to use. In that epistle you referred to it as an airport, or to you your current terminology airPORT.

If you are curious about the Big Springs Ranch Airport, look out your front door.
Anyway, I may be waay off base, but I think that is what wingbolt meant.
wingbolt 2
Nope, your right on target!


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