Yes, many times. I've travelled extensively for business over
the last 35 years. Waiting at the airport with the possibility of
an earlier flight is much better than sitting in a hotel room.
Damn straight I would. I've done it many times in LA, SF, Seattle
NYC, Dallas, O'Hare and Denver.
I even have caught an earlier flight to a different destination
then purchased a Southwest ticket to get to the final destination
as I would have otherwise had to wait three days to get a direct
flight (due to the current crappy airline overbooking).
On Thursday, August 25, 2016 at 2:08:25 PM UTC-4, Scott Lurndal wrote:
No, because as I stated, the train status page gives you the *new* estimated departure time
specifically using the word "estimated". Adding the word "still" wouldn't resolve the issue because
they would now be referring to the *new* estimated time which replaced the old one. They would
"still" be telling you to arrive before the train *is* estimated to leave not *was* estimated to
Then the statement should use the words "prior to the original departure time" not "prior
to the estimated departure time." Once the new departure time is labeled as "estimated"
you can't use the same word to refer to the original departure time because it is no longer
the estimated departure time.
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