August 30, 2011 in Nation/World

Airlines scrambling


The Irene storm is expected to cost U.S. airlines $200 million in revenue. Airlines estimate it will take about two days to get planes and crew members in place. Meanwhile, Amtrak says it’s not clear when service will return along the Northeast Corridor between Boston and Philadelphia.

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