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  • North American Blizzard - 22,441 flights cancelled (02/05/2010 - 02/14/2010)
  • Hurricane Sandy - 20,254 flights cancelled (10/27/2012 - 10/31/2012)
  • Southeast Ice Storm - 12,291 flights cancelled (01/10/2011 - 01/13/2011)
  • Hurricane Irene - 12,158 flights cancelled (08/24/2011 - 08/29/2011)

       (Statistics via FlightStats)

Expecting the Unexpected: Successful Crisis

Management Strategies for Navigating Travel

Disruptions in a Natural Disaster

From a relatively small thunderstorm to a massive volcanic eruption and everything in between, Mother Nature can wreak havoc on travel in a major way. And so for businesses, any sort of disruptive weather or natural disaster can potentially result in costly financial and operational damages. Flight cancellations alone resulting from a single weather event can easily affect thousands of travelers:

These events can come out of nowhere and require immediate action to reduce damages and disruption for businesses and their travelers. Download our white paper to learn more about the necessary components of a crisis management plan for disasters of this nature and also a case study on how we navigated our clients successfully through 2012's Hurricane Sandy.