Winter weather has wreaked havoc on air travel across the United States, resulting in the cancellation of hundreds of flights and delaying more than 1,000 others.
Logan International, Boston
As of 10:51 a.m. ET, FlightAware.com reported that over 18% of flights scheduled to depart from Boston’s Logan International Airport have been canceled, with an additional 9% experiencing delays.
Newark Liberty International, O’Hare International, and More
Other major airports affected by disruptions include Newark Liberty International Airport, O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, San Francisco International Airport, and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
In total, there have been 716 flight cancellations across the U.S. as of Sunday morning, according to FlightAware. Additionally, 1,654 flights have experienced delays.
United Airlines has seen approximately 8% of its flights canceled. Alaska Air Group and JetBlue have experienced higher percentages of cancellations, with 21% and 9% respectively.
Assistance for Impacted Travelers
Both JetBlue and Alaska Air are offering waivers on change and cancellation fees, as well as fare differences, for passengers affected by the storm in the Northeast. Visit their respective websites for more information.
Ongoing Winter Weather
The storm has brought heavy snowfall to parts of the interior Northeast, with some areas receiving over a foot of snow. Meanwhile, another storm is making its way across the West and Plains states.
Stay informed and plan accordingly as winter weather continues to disrupt air travel across the country.