U.S. flights cancelled as northeast region braces for snow storm

Marco Green
March 14, 2018

Over 500 Tuesday flights in and out of Logan International Airport have been cancelled due to the impending snow storm, officials said Monday.

But heavy weather in New England could affect scheduled flights at the airport, with FlightAware reporting that 96 flights departing or landing in BWI would be cancelled, as well as 80 flights at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

American Airlines and Southwest Airlines said it will suspend all flight operations at Boston.

Winter Storm Skylar is the third to hit the northeast of the USA in less than a month.

The past two storms brought thousands of flight cancellations, including the more than 2,500 flights that were scrapped on March 7.

Waivers have been issued for all major carriers including JetBlue, Delta, United and American Airlines for flights in and out of airports from ME to Pennsylvania. More than half of trips to and from Newark and LaGuardia airports were scrubbed.

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