Snow Affecting Airline Travel

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Travelers and airlines are dealing with numerous cancellations and delays due to the snowstorm.

    The state is coated in snow this morning and that is affecting airline travel.

    At Bradley Airport, almost the entire morning flight schedule has been canceled, with the exception of six flights.

    John F Kennedy International Airport was closed as of 6:12 a.m. and is scheduled to reopen at 8:30 a.m.

    American Airlines has cancelled eight arrivals and departures at Bradley Airport for yesterday afternoon and evening. No information is available about today. 

    Due to the weather, American Airlines is waving the ticket reissuing charge for customers traveling to, through or from the following airports on Jan. 2 or 3 to easily change travel plans:

    • Bradley Airport
    • Kennedy Airport
    • LaGuardia
    • Newark
    • Logan Airport in Boston
    • Buffalo, NY
    • Harrisburg, PA
    • Philadelphia, PA
    • Rochester, NY
    • Syracuse, NY
    • Westchester County / White Plains

    Learn more here:

    To change travel dates, contact reservations personnel at 1-800-433-7300.

    Officials from Bradley Airport said  they have several cancellations, mainly due to weather in other parts of the country, but expect more cancellations throughout the day.

    If you are traveling today, you are advised to contact your airline for updates.

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