Stranded in paradise, travelers trying to get to cities in the northeast, like New York or Boston, are in a mad scramble to book flights at South Florida’s airports.
Getting from here to anywhere along the upper northeast coast was a bit of challenge on Tuesday.
Hundreds of travelers are stranded in South Florida after a monster snow storm shut down travel in the northeast part of the country. Now passengers are scrambling to find a place to spend the night until they can catch a flight out of Miami or Fort Lauderdale.
With turkey, stuffing and family on many travelers minds, not making it to their destination wasn’t what many travelers thought they would get before Thanksgiving.
There were more than 205 flight delays — both arrivals and departures — at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Tuesday.
Some air travelers were delayed or diverted to other airports Saturday after a fueling system malfunction at Miami International Airport.
JetBlue ticket holders may experience some flight delays at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Thursday due a data outage Wednesday night.
The repeated winter storms pummeling much of the country continue to cause travel headaches for drivers, air travelers, and others.
As a powerful Nor’easter moves up the East Coast, thousands of travelers are finding themselves stuck in airports, their flights a ‘snow go’, if you pardon the pun.
More than 100 flights were cancelled in Miami-Dade and Broward Wednesday and scores more were delayed as a massive winter storm socking the south and northeast wreaked havoc on people’s travel plans.