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As if air travel wasn’t already stressful enough.

Just last month, American Airlines was forced to cancel dozens of flights from Phoenix when temperatures of nearly 120 degrees made it too hot for smaller jets to take off.

Now, a study finds such heat-related flight disruptions will become more common in the next few decades as temperatures rise because of global warming.

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5 thoughts on “Delays ahead: Heat waves to disrupt air travel

  1. Global warming? No sweat. We’ve got it under control. According to Tom Nolan, executive director of Palm Spring International Airport:

    “Technology has got the upper hand and will stay well ahead of that and counter-balance” the effects of global warming.

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