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Old January 9th, 2010, 10:42 AM
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We also suggest a flight no earlier than noon for debark.

There are so many things involved in having a smooth trip that many do not learn about til they happen. This is all part of the "fun" of planning and researching a vacation. Look at the recent fog issues we had here in Galveston. The weather recently will certainly be a factor in airtravel.

Sometimes its not the time it takes to get to the airport but the unknown unexpected delays the ship might have getting to the pier in the first place.

You could have a smooth debark that starts late at 10am and miss the flight.

Unless you arrange ahead of time with the cruiseline for transfers to the airport, no one is responsible for you making your flight on time.

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