Gary Leff

expert on airline travel

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Expert on airline travel, a topic he has covered since 2002 as creator of the View from the Wing blog; named one of the "World's Top Travel Experts" by Condé Nast Traveler 

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This week — at the height of the travel season — Delta Airlines had to cancel more than 2000 flights and upset the plans of hundreds of thousands of passengers.

Airline computer meltdowns: is there any way to prepare?

This week — at the height of the travel season — Delta Airlines had to cancel more than 2000 flights and upset the plans of hundreds of thousands of passengers.

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