Flight cancellations due to weather are the most irritating things that can happen to travelers, especially after all the preparations, planning, and payments.
During the coldest season when travel rush is at its peak, hearing that your flight has been canceled isn’t that uncommon, leaving both airline employees and passengers totally stressed out.
In fact, last Thanksgiving, airlines canceled hundreds of flights in the Midwest and Northeast.
The right question to ask is not what happens if your flight is canceled due to weather but rather what to do when it actually happens.
Here are 7 things you should and shouldn’t do when your flight is canceled or you’re stuck at the airport because of terrible weather.