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Old Dec 25, 17, 2:56 am
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Originally Posted by johan rebel View Post
Well, wxman22 has a point in the sense that it is perfectly possible to plan and prepare for, and deal with, a few centimeters of snow. AMS and KL have chosen not to do so, based on a straightforward economic calculation: a few days of chaos every year is cheaper for them.
This is the airport responsibility, not airlines.

Originally Posted by johan rebel View Post
On those days, the passengers pay the price.
Clearly but the airlines are also paying a high price during those days : reimburse/indemnify pax for cancelled/delayed flights, meal vouchers, pay for hotel rooms for stranded pax, etc. Airlines never cancel flights for pleasure.
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