Sacramento – A massive winter storm hits the country, killing dozens. This powerful system is disrupting the friendly skies as many travelers rush out of the airport.
At Sacramento International AirportPassengers are the hardest hit.
“We’re here now because our flight was canceled yesterday,” said Ben Rodriguez. After two consecutive days of delays, his partner and he decided to return to Solano County.
For Gerret Gouvea, he and his wife decided to drive back to Las Vegas.
“We are alive. We are healthy,” he said. “It happens. At least we have luggage to take home.”
In some cases, travelers haven’t even tried to go home yet.
“For me, I was just trying to catch the next layover,” said Eduardo Gutierrez of Texas.
He told CBS13 that he flew from Palm Springs to San Diego in hopes of catching a flight back to Lone Star State. It is explained that it was said in
“I have been waiting for three days now,” he said.
People can ask for a full refund or receive credit for a canceled flight, with no expiration date, according to the airline. not.
When asked how long it would take for the network to return to orbit, the airline said it could not predict the outcome at this time.
“We’ve been trying to get on the plane, ‘but there’s no pilot,'” said Sean Smith of Sacramento.
We’re getting answers about what’s behind the delays and cancellations.
An airline spokeswoman told CBS13 that there were problems with staffing.
As a result, significant changes to flight schedules are expected.
Amid growing frustration, AAA recommends considering travel insurance.
Auto Club spokesperson John Trenner said, “It’s just in case you miss your flight or something dramatic happens on your flight.
Travel experts say that even if you miss your flight, you can still cover things that airlines typically don’t cover, like natural phenomena that land planes.
Meanwhile, the flyer tries to navigate this turbulence.
“I’ll do it all over again,” said Gitelles.