As of Monday morning, just over 470 flights were canceled and over 690 delayed — this is a significant decrease from Sunday, when 1,659 flights were canceled in the US and more than 5,700 flights were delayed.
Southwest — 400, or 10 percent of the schedule. She has the maximum delay — over 1,400. JetBlue canceled 373 flights — 34 percent, and Spirit Airlines failed to take off 308 flights, or 37 percent. Finally, American Airlines canceled 271 flights, or about 8 percent of its schedule.
In total, more than 3,500 flights were canceled in the United States over the weekend, with airlines blaming “enraged” airlines for all the troubles. weather in Florida and other issues such as airspace congestion. According to the Weather Channel, storms swept across the state, hitting major tourist areas such as Orlando.
Now the main task of airlines — to safely return crews and aircraft from the airfields where they were stuck to their previous positions.
Nevertheless, at a number of airports, schedule disruptions turned out to be minimal. The leaders are the air harbors in Hawaii: Kona International Airport in Keahola, Kahului Airport in Maui and Lihue Airport in Kauai.
Well, the most unfortunate were Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport in New York. In them, according to statistics, there were the most frequent delays.