Thousands Of Flights Cancelled In Northeast US

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Total of about 95 flights cancelled in Denver today due to blizzard in the northeast.

For Wednesday, dozens of flights have been canceled out of Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Boston's Logan International Airport and Chicago's Midway.

American Airlines: Customers flying into or out of affected airports in a specific date range can change their trips to travel either by March 15 or March 17 (depending on airport) without incurring change fees.

Is your flight on time? . "A change in the path of Tuesday's winter storm is sparing New Yorkers from the 16 to 20 inches predicted a day earlier by Mayor de Blasio".

Meteorologists have predicted as much as 50cm worth of snowfall in New York City between Monday and Tuesday evening, while there are also warnings for severe winds.

Spirit: Customers flying throughj affected airports can travel at the same fare, without paying modification fees, through March 16 or March 18, depending on city. Over all about 22-hundred flights cancelled. For travelers headed to or leaving Chicago, flights can be rebooked between now and Wednesday. Officials said they will gradually resume flight operations after 8 a.m. ET.

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Some of Tuesday's cancellations include 880 flights on Southwest Airlines, 616 flights on JetBlue, and 524 flights on American Airlines.

Southwest anticipated that it would suspend almost all of its Northeast schedule Tuesday, spokeswoman Melissa Ford said in a Sunday e-mail to Today in the Sky.

On Tuesday, when bulk of the storm is expected to coat the region with snow, more than 4,000 flights have already been canceled.

School and work, along with flights and plans, will be canceled, as cities across the Northeast brace for at least one more snowstorm this winter season.

And 24 hours in advance, the airlines had already pre-emptively cancelled 1,736 flights that had been scheduled for Tuesday.

Check out the Flight Tracker on the WFMY News 2 mobile app to see the status of your flight.

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