US Airports With Highest Flight Cancellations, Breaking Hotel Do Not Disturb Signs

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In a latest article, we see which US airports have the most flight cancellations. Are you surprised that New York’s LaGuardia reports the highest percentage of canceled flights in 2017. Winter Storm Stella was a contributing factor, causing the number of grounded flights to soar last March. 


Recently, staying at a NYC hotel, I had a Do Not Disturb sign on my door, however was surprised when the maid knocked on the door and entered the room. She claimed that the hotel policy is they are allowed to break the signs after 12pm, even for guests staying over and not checking-out.

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