A number of flights into and out of Charleston International Airport have been canceled or delayed because of the snowstorm in the Northeast today, according to an airport official.
As of noon, Seven Delta flights and three United flights have been canceled and two United flights have been delayed, according to airport spokeswoman Becky Beaman.
The canceled flights are to and from the New York City area. The delayed flights are to and from Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C.
Charleston airport officials ask people to check with airlines before arriving at the airport for a departing flight or to pick up someone that was scheduled to fly in.
There is no word yet on whether flights will be affected Saturday as the Northeast digs out from the storm. Beaman said airlines are monitoring the storm as it progresses and making decisions as needed.
Here’s a list of flights cancelled so far today:
Delta Departures to LaGuardia in New York
Flight 6208-12:15 p.m.
Flight 6202-5:57 p.m.
Flight 6277-3:05 p.m.
Delta Arrivals from LaGuardia
Flight 6202-5:21 p.m.
Flight 6196- 9:23 p.m.
Delta Departures to John F. Kennedy in New York
Flight 3831-3:25 p.m.
Delta Arrivals from JFK
Flight 6066- 9:16 p.m.
United Departures to Newark, New Jersey
Flight 4161-1:05 p.m.
Flight 4370- 4:28 p.m.
United Arrivals from Newark
Flight 4532-9:28 p.m.
Here is a list of flights delayed so far:
United Departures Delayed To Dulles, Washington, D.C.
Flight 5735-original time 10:23 a.m. Delayed until 1:57 p.m.
United Arrivals Delayed from Dulles
Flight 5735- original time due in 9:48 a.m. Delayed until 1:37pm
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