7,447 flights have been cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy in North America today, Monday October 29th, and already 1,814 flights are cancelled for Tuesday. Hurricane Sandy has caused more than 10,000 flight cancellations in North America since Saturday.
- Tuesday, Oct. 30 Canceled: 1814 Delayed: 15
- Monday, Oct. 29 Canceled: 7447 Delayed: 1162
U.S. airports with the highest number of cancellations today are as follows: • Philadelphia International Airport (PHL): 578 cancellations (76 yesterday) • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR): 541 cancellations (122 yesterday) • La Guardia Airport (LGA): 547 cancellations (93 yesterday) • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK): 437 cancellations (34 yesterday) • Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA): 415 cancellations (47 yesterday) • Logan International Airport (BOS): 404 cancellations (31 yesterday) • Dulles International Airport (IAD): 357 cancellations (82 yesterday)
Other airports across the nation are also experiencing excessive delays and cancellations, including San Francisco International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Denver International Airport, Dallas O'Hare International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Tampa International Airport and Orlando International Airport.