Travel Tip of the Day: Check Air Canada’s Daily Travel Outlook

Daily Travel OutlookCheck Air Canada’s Daily Travel Outlook
Even when I’m flying a different airline (and I usually am), I check Air Canada’s Daily Travel Outlook for info on forecasted weather and other conditions that may cause flight delays and cancellations. I wish all airlines listed possible affected airports in the same way. It would really help passengers know when to be ready with a plan B.

 

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2 Comments on "Travel Tip of the Day: Check Air Canada’s Daily Travel Outlook"

  1. Also useful is United’s – assuming you are flying United. It is hub focused but that’s where weather causes the most problems.
    https://www.united.com/web/en-US/apps/travel/weather/default.aspx

    It is also a good idea to find your plane’s route (flight status on United provides this; LH agents can tell you; not sure about others). Even if the weather is good where you are and where you are going if the plane is coming from a bad weather area either having a backup plan or be more proactive and change your flight. Most senior agents and supervisors will do a same day change (for free) if you show them the inbound plane is going to be late (despite the official statement the flight is on time).

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