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“While flights were getting canceled, I were crusin on the mazii”: Disney Star Raven-Symoné Flaunts Driving Fuel-Guzzling Maserati To Escape Holiday Flight Cancelations

The packed flight schedules are a common occurrence during the holiday season every year. And a lot of times people don’t even get to book their flights due to excessive traffic. But although last year’s or 2022’s holiday season saw the same amount of people looking to travel via air, Covid-19 along with winter weather made it impossible. Back in December, warnings were issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about an uptick in positive covid-19 cases among the staff. As a result, more than 1000 flights were canceled and around 8000 got delayed. Undoubtedly it ruined lots of people’s holiday travel plans. Among the many people looking forward to holiday travel plans was  American actress Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman-Maday or just “Raven”. However recently she shared a post showing herself driving a Maserati rental car. According to her, she avoided flight cancelation issues by cruising in Maserati.

Raven-Symoné Avoided Flight Cancellation By Deciding to Drive Instead

Raven-Symoné
Raven-Symoné

On December 31 a huge number of flights were canceled by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the USA. It obviously led to many people’s disappointment in the holiday season. However, Disney star Raven-Symoné seems to have avoided any such cancelation of plans by opting to travel by car instead.

A week after the announcement made by FAA, she shared a post on her Instagram which included a set of various photos. In one of the photos, the interior of the car she was using was shown. The picture also included the actor herself rocking a North Face Jacket with a red beanie. Another shot showed the exterior of the car which was sleek black in color with the Maserati emblem on it.

Raven-Symoné IG post
Raven-Symoné IG post

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The That’s So Raven star captioned her post by first giving a shout-out to the car rental company. She wrote,  “@turo had me in my feelings this holiday season”. Then she followed it with,

“While flights were gettin canceled [Miranda Pearman-Maday] and I were crusin in the maziii. Oh wee.” 

Raven-Symoné
Raven-Symoné

Clearly her decision to for road travel saved her from flight delays or worse cancelations. She took the trip with her partner Miranda Pearman-Maday apparently.

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Why Were Flights Canceled During the Holiday Season?

US Airline
US Airline

Starting from the end of December flights started getting canceled due to a surge in covid-19 cases. It started with southwest airlines in the USA which canceled 63 percent of its flights on the 27th. They later issued a statement giving the reason to be “extreme winter weather”. They wrote,

“continuing challenges are impacting our Customers and Employees in a significant way that is unacceptable.”

Soon after that on December 31, Federal Aviation Administration or FAA also announced a warning of cancelation of flights. According to them, there was an increase in positive Covid-19 cases. And lots of employees had been affected. They announced via People magazine saying,

 “To maintain safety, traffic volume at some facilities could be reduced, which might result in delays during busy periods.”

FAA did apologize to its staff and the customers. But the issue caused  1400 flights to get canceled and around 8000 delayed during the holiday season.

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Source: People

Taba Pija
Taba Pija

Taba is a Entertainment content writer at Animated Times. She is a Natural science enthusiast with a master's in Environmental studies. She Loves to read and learn about pretty much any topic. It can range from philosophy to pop culture. She also enjoys flowing out my ideas and thoughts through writing sometimes.

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