Worsening Winter Weather Will Affect Flights

27th Jan 2004

Due to worsening weather in the Northeast U.S., Continental Airlines
announced travel options for customers whose flight plans may be affected
by the weather.

Significant snow accumulations are likely overnight at several airports on
the East Coast between Washington, D.C. and New England. This forecast and
the resulting airport capacity reductions will force cancellation of
various flights in the region beginning Tuesday afternoon/evening, Jan.
27, and continuing on Wednesday morning, Jan. 28.

To avoid inconvenience, travelers scheduled on flights tonight or in the
early morning on Jan. 28 may wish to advance or delay commencement of
their trip.

Customers ticketed for travel Jan. 27 through Jan. 29 to or from the
affected areas of New Jersey, Ohio, New York, Connecticut, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Washington D.C., are
permitted a one-time date or time change to their flights without penalty.
Customers wishing to reschedule their trips should contact Continental
reservations at 800 525 0280.

For up-to-date information regarding the status of a specific flight, the
fastest and easiest source is
http://www.continental.com/travel/tcFlightandGate.asp . An overview of
Continental operations is available at
http://www.continental.com/travel/tcTodaysOperations.asp . Automated
flight status information is also available at 800 784 4444.





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