It’s another day of delays and cancelations at South Florida’s airports as an arctic blast wreaks havoc to our north.
A little more than a week after Sandy left a path of destruction through a section of the Northeast, residents of New York and New Jersey are getting ready for the approach of a strong nor’easter storm moving up the coast from Florida.
Flights in South Florida and around the world were cancelled because of Superstorm Sandy’s impact in the Northeast. As a result, dozens of planes were grounded in South Florida with no place to go.
Hurricane Sandy, barreling toward the northeast Monday, has caused thousands of flight delays and cancellations around the country including in South Florida.
South Florida may have been spared a direct hit from Hurricane Sandy, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t feeling its affects with power outages, flooding and flight delays and cancelations.
As Hurricane Sandy leaves northeastern Cuba and heads toward the Central Bahamas, its rains and winds are causing flight cancelations here in South Florida.
As the weather begins to deteriorate in the Caribbean, flights to and from Haiti and the Dominican Republic have been cancelled or delayed at Miami International Airport and Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
A handful of American Airlines flights headed to or from Haiti and the Dominican Republic have been canceled or delayed due to Tropical Storm Emily.