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Old June 13th, 2001, 02:29 PM
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On our Mercury cruise in March one regional airline did go out on strike (did not effect us as it was a subsidiary of the company we flew)) but Celebrity kept travelers very well-informed on the last cruise day & worked hard to re-arrange schedules from what we could observe. If celebrity books air & has no role to play why do we pay so much more for air to get last minute bad seats? I thought it was to insure better travel connections should air be a problem. Are strikes an exception, what about weather or other cancellation reasons? I'd like to know because we have booked another cruise taking Celebrity air & it is more expensive. (I assume tickets will also be last min. with seats in rear of plane) Thought the benefit would be Celebrity assistance if something does wrong...
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