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Monday, 29 August 2011
United Airlines and Continental Airlines are preparing to resume flight departures at noon at its hub at Newark Liberty International Airport, while Aer Lingus resumed normal flight schedule to the US. It will take a number of days for the hubs to resume normal operations as aircraft and crews are out of sync, before the full schedule can resume.
The Hurricane Irene demonstrates the effects of nature can have on the global transport system, with commerce now globalized, with the New York airports being an intergal part of the global aviation system, with Continental United Airlines (Newark Liberty) in the Star Alliance and Delta Airlines (New York JFK) in the Skyteam Alliance.
There was a total of 10,000 flights cancelled, with an economic cost to the airlines and their customers alike, and to the global supply chain, with New York airports being key hubs.
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