Northeast Readies For Blizzard 4700 Flights Cancelled

Over all about 22-hundred flights cancelled.

More than 2,212 flights have been cancelled for Monday, and 4,774 have been cancelled for Tuesday as a result of the storm's potential impact, the Daily Mail reported. Delta Air Lines has cancelled more than 900 flights due to the storm to hit the Northeast, including its two hubs in NY. "Aviation travel will likely be disrupted".

On Monday night, the New York City comptroller's office said it expects snow removal costs from the winter storm Stella to reach $23.9 million to $35.9 million. A blizzard warning is in effect along the Atlantic coast from southern New Jersey to eastern CT, including eastern Pennsylvania and New York City.

British Airways said flights are "significantly affected", cancelling flights to New York JFK, Newark and Philadelphia. Poor weather could extend into early Wednesday at some New England airports.

All big US airlines have waived change fees for customers ticketed to fly to airports in the storm's path.

United and American Airlines are offering date changes to passengers with imminent bookings to and from the north-east US.

Travelers at RDU International Airport are experiencing a trickle down effect. They will be able to rebook on another flight without fees. A difference in fare may apply, but the change fee, which is usually $200, has been waived.

If you have any travel plans in or out of Burlington global, check ahead with the airlines.

"Originally, I'm from NY, so I already know a lot about these snowstorms", she said. Travelers are also advised to continue to monitor Hawaiian Airlines' website at HawaiianAirlines.com for updates on status of flights this week. inquiries, please visit Hawaiian Airlines' online newsroom. For travelers headed to or leaving Chicago, flights can be rebooked between now and Wednesday.

  • Todd Kelly