Travelers at Miami International Airport weren’t too happy this weekend after being caught in delays for hours due to cut backs by the Transportation Security Administration.
A huge snow storm that is expected to leave up to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond starting Friday has already canceled more than 2,600 flights through Saturday, including flights from South Florida.
Flight delays and cancellations are mounting after a winter storm that blew through the nation’s midsection on Christmas Day makes its way to the Northeast.
Authorities up and down the East Coast have a simple message for anyone planning to travel in that area this weekend, stay home.
Airlines have started canceling flights and moving planes out of the way as Hurricane Irene barreled toward the U.S. mainland and it’s already causing problems at South Florida airports.
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.
Good news for travelers stuck at South Florida’s airports. Flights are once again leaving on schedule as a strong winter storm system which blanketed the South and Northeast moves away from the region.