| April 4, 2011 | 12:01pm
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At least one airline is telling passengers that if they hope to leave Houston tomorrow, they better get their butts to the airport early.
An expected rush of Final Four evacuees -- some happy, some crushed -- could mean long lines at security, ticket counters and, perhaps most importantly, Starbucks.
Frontier Airlines has called passengers who have a 6 a.m. flight tomorrow, for instance,
and has left a recorded message (It was a real, live person!) telling them to get to the airport no later than 4 a.m.
"If you don't get there at least two hours before your flight leaves, you WILL miss your flight," the message says. Passengers are urged to do as much online pre-flight planning and bag checking and everything as possible.
Couple the Final Four exodus with Southwest's ongoing troubles with cancellations, and it could add up to a lot of fun.
Especially if your team lost the night before.
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