Friday, December 26, 2014

Reading for the snowbound: The column looks at how construction never seems to stop at PHL

We hope you are snug at home and not trying to fly somehwere today, resting up to do a little shoveling later as the youngsters build snowmen. To keep you entertained, here's this morning's Winging It column, on how construction is ongoing at PHL, a sign that the airport has thrived in recent years and isn't suffering too badly from the recession.

Reading for the snowbound: The column looks at how construction never seems to stop at PHL

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We hope you are snug at home and not trying to fly somehwere today, resting up to do a little shoveling later as the youngsters build snowmen. To keep you entertained, here's this morning's Winging It column, on how construction is ongoing at PHL, a sign that the airport has thrived in recent years and isn't suffering too badly from the recession.

The region often seems to be pounded the first week of March with one of the most disruptive snowstorms of the season. If you do have to fly, make sure you've checked the flightstats.com Web site to see what's happening with airline delays on the East Coast. As usual, all airlines are relaxing rules on making changes to tickets for those whose travel plans are disrupted by the weather. 

Tom Belden
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