I’m looking for a short story from about 10-15 years ago, title was something like “The Return Trip”. The flight of a famous M.D. is grounded in Boston for weather. In the airport, he receives a call from a young woman, the daughter of an old girlfriend who is dying of cancer. Story ends with his burning the unopened DNA lab results of the (his?) daughter, ordered years ago by the mom. Published in the July issue of an airline magazine (USAir?) about 10-15 years ago.
I realize it’s not a book, just a short story. I recall Googling the author when I knew his name, he had several collections of short stories, but none included this particular story. Not sure if it was ever published anywhere other than the airline magazine. I don’t recall the airline, but United and USAir were the most likely. I do know that it was a July edition of the magazine.