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Rebooking Continental tickets due to Irene

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Hi!

I am flying to India tomorrow from SFO (SFO-->EWR-->BOM) and due to Irene the continental website shows my flights as cancelled.

I have been trying to call continental repeatedly but have not been able to get through because of the high call volume --> That is if I can even get through (most times when I call the system drops the call after a brief blurb that the call volume is too high).

I was wondering if you have any advice on how I can get my flights rescheduled?

Appreciate the help!

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