Winter Storm Juno: Flights Cancelled At NYC, Boston Airports Ahead Of Northeast Blizzard

Winter Storm Juno is wreaking havoc with travelers this week, with an expected blizzard in the Northeast causing hundreds of flight cancellations in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Providence.

USA Today reports that at least 3,200 flights have already been cancelled, hours before the snows starts falling. Jet Blue, U.S. Airways, Southwest, and Delta Airlines are advising travelers to check delays and cancellations at many airports in the Northeast. By late Sunday night, airlines had already grounded 1,717 flights for Monday and another 1,492 for Tuesday.

USA Today reports that United Airlines will be shutting down on Tuesday at several airports in the Northeast. U.S. Airways will also be halting operations in the Northeast on January 27. Delta has already grounded at least 600 flights for Monday, and JetBlue has cancelled more than 730 flights on Monday and Tuesday.

FOX News reports that most major airlines, including Delta and U.S. Airways, are allowing customers to re-book their flights without paying a penalty. Policies vary by airline, but most will not charge a change fee if the cancelled flight was scheduled for this week.

More cancellations are expected for Monday and Tuesday with the National Weather Service forecasting massive amounts of snow and blizzard conditions on Monday and Tuesday. New York City, Providence and Boston could see as much as two-to-three feet of snow. Philadelphia is expected to get between 14 and 18 inches.

Check with your airline before heading to the airport if you are flying in or out of the Northeast this week.

Find information about flights in and out of New York’s LaGuardia Airport here and JFK Airport here. If you are flying out of or arriving into Boston this week, check the Logan Airport website for the latest information.

Find travel advisories for the Philadelphia International Airport here. Check the TF Greene Airport home page for the latest flight information for flights to and from Rhode Island.

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