Airline Losses May Top $600 Million Due to Snow

Airlines may have already lost more than $600 million due to snow in this very active winter. Storms have already forced the most cancelations of any winter since the government began tracking such data in 1987.

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Northeast Travelers Dealing with Latest Snowstorm

The Northeast is dealing with the fallout of yet another snowstorm, the latest in a turbulent winter that has wreaked havoc with travelers’ itineraries.

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Southern Snowstorm Brings Air Travel to a Standstill

A massive snowstorm in the Southern United States has created headaches for thousands of air travelers. While Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport remained open Sunday, hundreds of flights were canceled, with countless more facing substantial delays.

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Airlines Still Playing Catch Up After Blizzard

Three days removed from a blizzard that brought the entire region to its knees, airlines operating out of New York City continue shaky efforts to play catch up.

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Delays Could Linger for Days at New York Airports

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.

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