I stay in Pittsburgh, the time zone is EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). I purchased a ticket of a flight that departs at 8.20 AM from here on next Thursday. When I purchased this, there was a different time in Pittsburgh -- and few days before it 'sprang forward' by 1 hour -- the standard thing that happens for daylight savings times. My question is: does the time shown on my ticket take care of this change, and I don't need to recalculate the departure time, just show up according to the current time at Pittsburgh? My guess is 'yes', just want to double check from experienced travellers -- don't want to miss my flight.
Update after the travel: Yes, indeed it takes care of that. So, the travellers can be calculation-free :-)