Frigid temperatures and severe rainstorms dotted much of the country’s northern region, bearing the brunt of the brunt. Canceled and delayed 1,983 flights. Those numbers could go up, according to the airline.
Dennis Zamaria, a spokesman for San Francisco airports, said 16 flights were canceled at the airport on Thursday, but not all were due to weather. . On the flight board at the airport, he had 10 cancellations.
Auckland Airport spokeswoman Kayleigh Skantz said it does not publish delay or cancellation figures at the request of individual airlines.
“Although it is unlikely that severe weather will affect airport operations here on the ground at OAK, [sic]our airline partners operating on OAK may experience delays and cancellations due to inclement weather in other parts of the country. on their smartphones and enable notifications – this is the best way to ensure passengers are kept up-to-date on their itinerary.”
Flight logs on the airport’s website listed 26 delays, but no cancellations.Freezing, and sometimes freezing, temperatures were recorded across much of the upper Midwest and central great plains, according to the National Weather Service. Above freezing temperatures were spotted in the northeast, but heavy rains were expected in much of the region.
Unsettled weather is expected to continue until Christmas, making travel difficult. According to Flight Aware, 778 flights to and from the US on Friday have already been canceled, as have 14 of his flights on Saturday.
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