We’re at the mercy of the airports in which we fly. The “prototypical” airport, after all, that you’ve heard about — though convenient, does the airport cater to airliners, flight attendants and moms traveling to soccer games?
Read up on the nation’s busiest airports:
Mid-Hudson; Newark, N.J.
Stay tuned for updated status information if flights are canceled on Monday or through Friday of this week, including power outages, damage to the main entry gate and the possible loss of the remaining United customer service staff, according to a news release by United Airlines.
Mt. Pleasant/Rehoboth Beach; Rehoboth Beach, Del.
Coverage of Monday’s postponement has been somewhat spotty, so be sure to check flight status at https://www.aa.com/flightstatus. Mobile customers should follow @AAFlights to their landing pages.
Newark International; Newark, N.J.
A Port Authority spokesman said the delay of Monday’s storm was affecting arrival and departure times. Delta spokesman Morgan Durrant said all service from Northwest Gate A37 at Newark Liberty International Airport has been halted at 3:16 p.m. the spokesman said.
Forecasts over the next few days suggest the storm could drop rain in Washington, D.C., as well as in Baltimore and Philadelphia.
As of 3:15 p.m., Delta was reporting around 10 flight delays, which usually averages a roughly 30 minute delay in conjunction with additional passengers.
John F. Kennedy International; New York, N.Y.
JFK also has currently been tracking around 10 delays of roughly 30 minutes in association with additional passengers.
Siting of service on JetBlue was suspended in New York this afternoon after Southwest canceled all its flights from JFK and LaGuardia, which was running with limited service at Kennedy.
Of the 520-plus JetBlue flights from Kennedy today, 240 were canceled.