Don?t let her accommodating public and private spaces, the posh quiet and rich collection of books in her Library, or the lavish observation space on…
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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced it will take up to two weeks to fully restore operations at the Chicago air traffic control center damaged by fire this past Friday (September 26).
Almost 1,500 flights were grounded at both Chicago's O'Hare and Midway airports on Friday after sabotage by a disgruntled employee caused a fire in the Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Center. Chicago O’Hare is the world’s second busiest airport.
While TravelPlex will monitor this situation, it is strongly recommended that each traveler contact their airline the morning of the flight for the latest status. A flight could be showing that it is delayed while it is actually cleared for an on-time departure. Conversely, a flight could show leaving on-time, and be delayed or even cancelled hours prior to its scheduled departure. This will continue to be a very fluid situation for the next week or so.
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