Katrina raises havoc with airline's schedules (The News-Press)

Airline schedules don't last forever. Some are especially short-lived following natural disasters, such as hurricanes. Southwest Airlines said that's why Mark Clark can't get a single round-trip fare between Fort Myers and Sacramento, Calif.


Posted October 02, 2005

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