2500 Friday Flight Cancellations Disrupt Holiday Travel in Chicago and Denver

On Friday, US holiday travellers faced delays and cancellations due to the winter weather.
FlightAware reported 2,651 Friday flight cancellations as of 1:45 a.m. ET, after 2,544 Thursday cancellations.

Thursday saw the most cancellations and delays at Chicago and Denver airports. Snow and ice caused almost three-hour delays Thursday at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.

Record-Low Temperatures in West and South

An icy blast and a fast-growing winter storm have hampered Christmas tourists.

Winter weather waivers let travellers rebook for free within a certain timeframe. Find airline waivers and other flight travel tips here.

Amtrak has also delayed or cancelled certain Midwest and Northeast passenger operations.

“Customers with reservations on trains that are being adjusted will typically be accommodated on trains with comparable departure times or on another day,” Amtrak stated.

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Also read: US flight cancellations hit a record level as COVID thins crews amid extreme climate.

Customers who call 1-800-USA-RAIL during the new schedule to change their reservation will not be charged.

Greyhound, the biggest intercity bus company, warned passengers travelling in the Midwest during the next two days that their routes may be delayed or cancelled on Thursday.

The bus operator named over a dozen affected cities, from West Virginia to Minnesota.

Source: https://edition.cnn.com/

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