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Many flights have been cancelled or delayed due to severe weather.

Thousands of flights were delayed and hundreds canceled across the United States as severe weather hampered travel on one of the busiest holiday weekends of the year.

As of Sunday night, 6,098 flights to, from or within the United States had been delayed, according to informed flightand 178 US flights were cancelled.

A severe weather system is to blame for many of the delays and cancellations as travelers were trying to return home after the Thanksgiving holiday.

The airports of three major cities (New York, Washington DC and Boston) appear to be the most affected.

Thousands of flights were delayed and hundreds canceled across the United States as severe weather hampered travel the weekend after Thanksgiving.

As Of Sunday Night, 6,098 Flights To, From Or Within The United States Had Been Delayed, According To Flightaware, And 178 Flights In The Us Had Been Cancelled.

As of Sunday night, 6,098 flights to, from or within the United States had been delayed, according to FlightAware, and 178 flights in the US had been cancelled.

A Severe Weather System Is To Blame For Many Of The Delays And Cancellations As Travelers Were Trying To Return Home After The Thanksgiving Holiday.

A severe weather system is to blame for many of the delays and cancellations as travelers were trying to return home after the Thanksgiving holiday.

The flight chaos comes as travel returns to pre-pandemic levels and this year is projected to be the third busiest Thanksgiving travel season since AAA began tracking it in 2000.

Airlines and airport staff had prepared for some 4.5 million Americans to fly this Thanksgiving holiday, according to AAA.

Earlier this month, the Transportation Security Administration announced that it would reduce the cost of registration for TSA PreCheck.

The three major airports serving New York City and the tri-state area advised travelers to arrive early for their flights over the Thanksgiving holiday and be prepared for similar disruptions during the holiday season.

New York LaGuardia Airport urged passengers to reserve parking spaces in advance.

“We cannot stress this enough – plan ahead and arrive early if traveling during the #Thanksgiving holiday travel period,” the airport tweeted.

Newark Liberty International Airport issued similar warnings, tweeting that roads to the airport were already congested on Sunday morning.

‘The holiday season means high passenger volumes. If you plan to travel through Terminal A or B, take advantage of the FREE EWR VirtuaLine service and secure your spot in the security checkpoint line early,” the airport said on Twitter. “Due to increased traveler numbers during the holidays, please allow additional time for travel, check-in, and security.”

The Flight Chaos Comes As Travel Returns To Pre-Pandemic Levels And This Year Is Projected To Be The Third Busiest Thanksgiving Travel Season Since Aaa Began Tracking It In 2000.

The flight chaos comes as travel returns to pre-pandemic levels and this year is projected to be the third busiest Thanksgiving travel season since AAA began tracking it in 2000.

The Three Major Airports Serving New York City And The Tri-State Area Advised Travelers To Arrive Early For Their Flights Over The Thanksgiving Holiday And Be Prepared For Similar Disruptions During The Holiday Season.

The three major airports serving New York City and the tri-state area advised travelers to arrive early for their flights over the Thanksgiving holiday and be prepared for similar disruptions during the holiday season.

The Three Major Airports Serving New York City (Including Jfk) Advised Travelers To Arrive Early For Their Flights And Be Prepared For Similar Disruptions During The Holiday Season.

The three major airports serving New York City (including JFK) advised travelers to arrive early for their flights and be prepared for similar disruptions during the holiday season.

John F. Kennedy Airport Tweeted:

John F. Kennedy Airport tweeted: “Budget extra travel time to get to #JFK airport, park in your reserved spot, check in and go through security.”

John F. Kennedy Airport tweeted: “Budget extra travel time to get to #JFK airport, park in your reserved spot, check in and go through security.”

Airlines continue to blame flight disruptions on a shortage of air traffic controllers, especially in Florida, a major vacation destination.

The controllers, who work for the Federal Aviation Administration, ‘get tested while on vacation. That seems to be when we have challenges,’ Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle said a few days ago.

“The FAA is adding another 10% to the workforce, hopefully that’s enough.”

Travelers Walk Past A Christmas Tree As They Made Their Way To The Gates Of Terminal C At Logan International Airport In Boston Last Week.

Travelers walk past a Christmas tree as they made their way to the gates of Terminal C at Logan International Airport in Boston last week.

People Who Get Behind The Wheel Or Board A Plane Don'T Seem Fazed By Higher Gas Prices And Airfares Than Last Year Or Widespread Concern About Inflation And The Economy.

People who get behind the wheel or board a plane don’t seem fazed by higher gas prices and airfares than last year or widespread concern about inflation and the economy.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has disputed such claims, saying the vast majority of delays and cancellations are caused by the airlines themselves.

TSA expects airports to be busier than last year and likely on par with 2019. The busiest day in TSA history was the Sunday after Thanksgiving in 2019, when nearly 2.9 million people were screened. at airport checkpoints.

People who get behind the wheel or board a plane don’t seem fazed by higher gas prices and airfares than last year or widespread concern about inflation and the economy. That’s already leading to predictions of strong travel over Christmas and New Years.

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