Third Nor'easter Cripples Boston Airport, Forces Hundreds of Other Flight Cancelations

Galtero Lara
Marcha 13, 2018

JetBlue, Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United Airlines each said in statements Monday that they would waive change or cancellation fees to customers traveling to and from Boston if they rescheduled their flight, and urged customers to check frequently for updates on potential flight cancellations.

The hardest hit area is likely to be Boston, where about two thirds of all Tuesday flights are cancelled.

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.

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American Airlines announced its suspension of all Tuesday flight operations and said scattered cancellations and delays are also possible at other airports throughout the Northeast.

Last week airlines scrapped more than 2,400 flights due to Winter Storm Quinn. More than half of trips to and from Newark and LaGuardia airports were scrubbed.

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