Upwards of two feet of snow has fallen in the northeast leaving travel both on the road and through the air at a near standstill. The massive winter storm has shut down some major airports and is causing major delays at others.
Sure South Florida may be experiencing near-record heat two days into the New Year, but other parts of the country are dealing with some serious winter weather—which is affecting flights all around the country.
A massive winter storm is still causing chaos for travelers at South Florida airports, even as the sun shines brilliantly against blue skies locally.
Tropical Storm Chantal is now a tropical wave, but it left much of the Caribbean drenched, Wednesday, leading to flights being canceled for people heading to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
As part of JetBlue’s Caribbean expansion, the airline will soon fly to Haiti’s capital from Fort Lauderdale.
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.
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.
Governor Rick Scott appealed to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Nepolitano Thursday saying South Florida’s busiest airport is severely lacking in Customs and Border Protection agents.
Inside: List of inbound and outbound flights at MIA and FLL affected by Isaac on Sunday.
The bomb squad descended on Miami International Airport Wednesday night after a suspicious package was discovered in one of the terminals.