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How airlines prepare for big storms

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NEW YORK (AP) — Even before the snowstorm hit the Northeast, airlines were already cancelling flights. It's a strategy that has served airlines well in recent years: Cancel flights early and keep planes and crews — and passengers — away from snowed-in airports. The idea is to avoid having crews and planes stuck in one area of the country. Airlines also face fines for leaving passengers...