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Rookie Wednesday: Does Delta really have a “Flat tire rule”? Yes! Here is how it works.

Most years I fly hundreds of segments and hundreds of thousands of miles. I have never ever been so late to have missed a flight due to my own error (but I have been very close). My wife has missed one, that is, she made it to the airport before the flight left the ground but so late that they had closed the flight and she did not make it. What happens then? Or what … Continue reading ? The post Rookie Wednesday: Does Delta really have a “Flat tire rule”? Yes! Here is how it works.
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