USA Today – Significant flight delays had popped up at many of the East’s busiest airports by Tuesday afternoon, ranging from South Florida to New York as storms moved across the Atlantic seaboard.
Delays averaging 45 to 90 minutes were affecting New York JFK, Philadelphia, Washington Reagan National and Washington Dulles airports as of 6:20 p.m. ET, according to the Federal Aviation Administration’s flight delay map.
USAToday – Flight delays had popped up at some of the East’s busiest airports by Tuesday afternoon, slowing flights at the New York and Philadelphia airports.
Delays averaging 50 to 80 minutes were affecting New York JFK and Newark Liberty airports as of 12:30 p.m. ET
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USAToday – It was a messy day for air travelers in the East today as a broad area of storminess affects the region.
The New York and Philadelphia airports — delay-prone even in mild weather events — suffered from long delays for much of Monday.