Traveling Plans at Standstill: Flights and Transportation Cancellations

Airlines and mass transit are calling for widespread cancellations as hurricane threat looms.
3:00 | 10/28/12

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This epic storm taking aim at the east coast as we said, hasn't even hit yet, it's already wreaking havoc on travel not only the east coast but coast to coast. Hundreds of flights have been canceled. Trains stopped in their tracks. And roads expected to be impassable. Joining us now is john muller. Reporter: For anyone planning to travel in this massive storm, make no mistake the ripple effects for the entire zone. Hundreds of cancellations. 900 flights canceled today. 2500 canceled for monday. Almost major carrier is allowing a flexibility travel plan. Delta reschedule by november 4th. Give your airline an acall, if your flight is canceled, you're entitled to a full refund. Am strak, chicago, face cancellations. Give amtrak a call if you plan on traveling over the next couple of days. Of course, driving that will be treacherous, if not impossible in some areas. Fierce winds, poor visibility, flooded roadways. Downed trees and power lines. All is expected. Best advice, plan on staying home during the worst of it. Great advice, john muller and we'll be right back.

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