Parents are experiencing a surge of cancellations due to the FAA’s latest advisory regarding travel advisory letters issued by the MTA.
Parents are reporting that their travel advisories have been canceled due to new or altered travel warnings.
Many parents have not received an advisory letter, and many parents have yet to receive a new or amended travel warning.
As of this writing, the MTA has issued 2,811 travel advisory circular notices, with only the first advisory letter still valid.
However, the new advisory letter that was issued today is the first to have a longer deadline than the previous one.
As a result, parents are experiencing more cancellations and delays than usual.
The new advisory letters are designed to provide parents with a clear explanation of the restrictions and limitations of the rules, which include a travel advisory letter and a new safety advisory letter.
While the new advisories provide parents an opportunity to learn more about the rules and limitations, the advisories also serve to inform parents about the potential consequences of not following the rules.
Parents will also be notified by the Faa that the circulars are no longer valid, and that the MTA will not issue any more travel advisors.
The MTA issued these advisory letters as part of its ongoing effort to improve safety for all New Yorkers.
The Faa is responsible for the issuance of travel advisores and for providing travel warnings for all non-essential travel.
We encourage New Yorkers to check with their travel advisors about the advisores that they receive.
For more information, please visit: https://www.mta.info/travel/mta-travel-advice-circular-info-alerts-faa-letter-letter.htm#sthash.4Zq5hNtj.dpuf This story originally appeared at Breitbart News: