The New York Times interviewed Daytona Beach Campus College of Business Professor of Economics and Finance Dr. Bijan Vasigh for a story about the increase of flight delays during the busy months of summer travel.
Weather delays in the summer months can add to the obstacles for summer travelers. A single storm can disrupt as many as 100 flights, causing airlines to lose millions of dollars.
“The wind is one of the most important issues,” Vasigh said. “Wind shear is one of the most dangerous things.”
The story is titled “Summer Flight Delayed? Don’t Assume It’s a Storm.”
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