US cancels thousands of Christmas Eve flights, delays in storms
- FlightAware reports that hundreds of flights were delayed or cancelled on Saturday in the US.
- According to FlightAware data Atlanta, Seattle and Denver lead the US in cancellations.
- The National Weather Service forecasted “potentially dangerous” conditions in the US.
Flight delays and cancellations continued to soar Saturday as winter storms swept the US — leaving travelers stranded during the holidays.
The National Weather Service is warningExpect blizzard conditions to hit the Midwest, and an Arctic blast to sweep across the eastern and central US states over the holiday weekend. According to the report, conditions could be life-threatening for travelers.
Airlines cancelled almost 3,000 flights and delayed nearly 6,000 more flights in the US by Saturday afternoon. according to the flight-tracking site FlightAware.
Due to the severe conditions, travelers are uncertain if their destinations will be reached in time for Christmas.
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FlightAware stated that the US has the highest number of cancellations at the Atlanta, Denver and Seattle airports.
According 11Alive NewsPassengers were left stranded at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport after airlines delayed or cancelled their flights multiple times.
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Christopher Fulton, a holiday traveler, said to 11Alive that he planned to “stay positive” after experiencing back-to-back delays at Atlanta on his return journey to Florida.
Fulton stated that “a few people’s flights have been cancelled” since he’s been sitting there. “It’s awful for them because Christmas falls on Sunday and they won’t get home to their families in the time that they deserve.” It’s heartbreaking.”
The National Weather Service warned Americans this week of blizzards and sub-zero temperatures. Insider’s Jake Epstein reported.
According to CNNThe storm will continue to batter the Midwest and parts East with heavy snow and blizzard conditions. Flooding along the Northeast coast is expected through the holiday weekend.
CNN reported that the forecast for Christmas Eve predicted the coldest in decades for New York, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. On Christmas Day, record-breaking temperatures are also expected in Miami, Orlando, Atlanta.
The US suffered nearly 6,000 flight cancellations on Friday and more than 11,000 delays because of the winter storms. New York City, Seattle, Denver and Denver were the worst affected cities. FlightAware data shows.
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