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Weather Cancelations and Delays

Spring Snow Storm: Thousands of Cancellations Expected in the Next Few Days

A paralyzing snow blizzard is expect to hit the Northeast part of the United States on Tuesday, dumping up to 23-inches of snow and causing major cancellations and delays in air travel.

If you are flying in the next three day, not matter where you are going, please check on your airline’s website or call them.  Even if you are not traveling to the northeast of the country, your flying may be affected, as the airlines deal with the issue. Most carriers are waving change fees and should be able to work with you to fix your situation.  If you are going to places like DC, Baltimore, Virginia, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and any destination in the northeast, please also call your hotel and rental car company, as they will also work with you on the situation.

More than 900 flights have been cancelled for today Monday, March 13, and as of noon ET, 1,700+ flights have been delayed.  For tomorrow, already 1,800 flights have been cancelled in the US, preempting the storm.

As it will dump more than 22″ of snow, and temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s for then next five days in the region, expect for the snow not to melt until the weekend.

If your flight has been cancelled, here is some simple advice.

 

Major Airport Affected Today and Tomorrow

  • (PHL) Philadelphia International Airport
  • (LGA) LaGuardia Airport
  • (DCA) Ronald Reagan National Airport
  • (BOS) Logan International Airport
  • (JFK) John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • (CLT) Charlotte Douglas International Airport
  • (BWI) Baltimore/Wash International Thurgood Marshall Airport
  • (MIA) Miami International Airport
  • (ORD) O’Hare International Airport
  • (DFW) Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  • (LAX) Los Angeles International Airport
  • (MCO) Orlando International Airport
  • (RDU) Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Billy Sanez
Co-Founder

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