Following a weekend blizzard and complete shutdown on Monday, New York’s three main airports are finally open and operating once again.
However, officials warn that delays and flight cancelations could linger for days to come.
Airlines scrambled Tuesday morning at all three hubs to piece together staffs, clear snow, and de-ice planes.
While flights have officially resumed at JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark International, many domestic flights are operating on delays and international service remains extremely limited.
Unlike past storms, the rare shutdown of all three airports prevented many passengers from being stranded in terminals.
However, officials estimate that nearly 1,400 people spent the night,
most at JFK.
Source: New York Times
Get new posts delivered by email:
Top Travel Deals on RSS
4 Travel Tips For 1st Time College StudentsComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0
Make getting back to school as cheap & easy as possible....read more
4 Tips for Last-Minute Labor Day BookingsComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0
There's still time to put together a great getaway!...read more
7 Very Nice Blogs about VietnamComments: 1Rating: 0 / 0
Read up before you pack up to visit Vietnam!...read more
Gas Station Lingo in 4 European LanguagesComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0
Feel free to speak up when you're at the pump!...read more
A Guide for the Lazy TravelerComments: 0Rating: 0 / 0
Don't let vacation planning turn into more work!...read more
Some of the content posted herein are the views and opinions of the individual blogger's and do not represent the views and opinions of OneTravel. It may be the case that OneTravel is partnering with a particular travel supplier mentioned in a blog post, however, all views and opinions expressed herein by parties other then OneTravel are by the respective bloggers.
© 2015 W K Travel, Inc. All rights reserved. California: CST #2090295-40, Nevada: SOT #2007-0081, Iowa: SOT #883, Washington: SOT #602785938, Florida: SOT #ST38063