Tuesday, January 16, 2007

What happens when the airline cancels the flight?

Well, here's an interesting wrinkle in our move. Maxjet has left a message with us to "discuss options" for our Feb. 11 flight.

Maxjet to suspend Dulles-London flights
By Sean Lengell
January 13, 2007

Maxjet Airways announced yesterday it will temporarily suspend service from Washington Dulles International Airport to London beginning Tuesday.
The low-fare carrier, which operates four weekly flights from Dulles to London's Stansted Airport, said it will resume the service on May 24.
The Dulles, Va.-based airline said it's suspending service from the airport so it can focus on its more successful New York-London and Las Vegas-London routes.
The airline said it plans to increase its Las Vegas-London service from twice to three times a week beginning March 10.
Maxjet service operates six flights a week from New York's John F.
Kennedy International Airport to London.
The carrier, founded as a low-fare international airline catering to business travelers, debuted in 2005 with a single Boeing 767 flying one route -- London to New York. The airline added a second plane months later and began its Dulles-to-London service last March.

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