US Airports Getting Back on Track After Weekend Travel Disruptions

US Airports Getting Back on Track After Weekend Travel Disruptions

by Rich Thomaselli
on April 3, 2023
Last updated: 12:00 PM ET, Mon April 3, 2023

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Blurred image of a passenger aircraft. (photo via AlexeyFyodorov / iStock / Getty Images Plus)

The Midwest took the brunt of a storm front this weekend,
but much of the United States was impacted. 

It wasn’t as bad as he could have been, and not as bad as it
was in the past.

But there were still many delays and cancellations caused by the
weather across the U.S. this weekend. According to, more
than 160 flights within, into or out of the U.S. have been canceled and another
1,500 have been delayed, as of 11:50 a.m. ET on Monday. 

On Sunday, 816 flights were canceled and over 6,627 were
delayed, while Saturday saw another 974 canceled and 8,556 delayed. Friday’s
flights were also impacted, with 840 canceled and 7,278 delayed.

The storm moved through the Midwest, impacting major
airports along the way, such as Chicago O’Hare, Minneapolis−Saint Paul
International, Denver International and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County.

Other facilities that dealt with the storm’s impact include
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, New York City’s John F. Kennedy
International, Boston Logan International and Dallas/Fort Worth International.

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