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June 11, 2008

'Cargo customers tend to get more detailed [weather] information than people customers'

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So said Executive Travel magazine in a tip about getting up-to-date weather information surrounding a flight delay.

"The magazine suggests you go to the cargo Web sites that airlines provide for the companies that ship with them, click on flight status and enter the number of your flight," wrote Paul B. Brown in his "What's Offline" column in the June 7, 2008 New York Times Business section.

Brown left it there and my crack research team carried it into the end zone, bringing back this link featuring the cargo Web sites of most of the world's major airlines.

From here, you're on your own.

You can do it — I helped.

Catchy, what?

June 11, 2008 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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