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Booking return flight
Posted by 379 Peterbilt on May 02 2006
I purposely booked my return flight a few days later than what I wanted. Obviously this allows for delays in the field or remote villages. If you get back to Anchorage on time but still have a couple of days before you are scheduled to return home, jusy go ask to see if you can get on the next plane. NWA has been very accomodating to me at moving me up. In my experience, the planes comming back to MPLS are almost empty anyways. You can pick out an entire row in which to sprall out in.

Even if you ended up having to kill a few days in Anchorage before returning, I think it is a nice problem to have.

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