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Weather snarls flights on bustling Sunday transport day

Weather snarled flights opposite vast portions of a nation Sunday, a bustling transport day as hundreds of thousands of Americans conduct home from a Christmas holiday. Some airlines had waived change fees by Sunday afternoon as a bad continue disrupted flights.

The biggest problems came in Texas and a south-central USA, where a brew of thunderstorms and wintry continue were relocating by a region. Weather delays also were being reported in a Northeast, where bad prominence was causing delays during Philadelphia and Washington Reagan National airports as of noon ET, according to a Federal Aviation Administration’s moody check map. Delays and cancellations also were above normal during other vital hubs, including Chicago O’Hare and Denver.

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But fliers faced a biggest headaches in Texas. At Dallas/Fort Worth International, nearly 300 flights had been canceled and some-more than 200 behind during Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) as of noon ET, according to flight-tracking use FlightAware. The moody disruptions there came after a vast area of thunderstorms had changed by a metro area Sunday morning.

Combined, scarcely 20% of a entire’s days flights had possibly been behind or canceled during DFW, one of a nation’s busiest airports and a largest heart for American Airlines.

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About 3 dozen flights – some-more than 5% of a day’s report – had been canceled during Dallas Love Field, where Southwest is a tip carrier.

In Houston, about 3 dozen flights had been canceled and some-more than 100 behind during bustling Bush Intercontinetal. The airfield is a vital heart for United Airlines.

Also strike by a bad continue were smaller airports in Texas. FlightAware calculated that some-more than half a day’s flights had been canceled during airports like Lubbock, Amarillo and Midland. Airports opposite a Lone Star state were strike with moody back-ups on Sunday.

Some airlines responded by waiving change fees for some passengers.

American’s policy lonesome Saturday’s passengers drifting to certain airports in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and New Mexico. United’s policy lonesome those drifting Dec. 26 and Dec. 28 to name airports in a same states.

Southwest does not assign change fees, but waived transport recalculations for business drifting to, from or by a following airports between Dec. 26 and Dec. 28: Albuquerque; Amarillo, Texas; El Paso; Lubbock, Texas; Midland/Odessa, Texas; Oklahoma City and Wichita.

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Article source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/flights/todayinthesky/2015/12/27/flights-in-texas-were-hit-hardest-but-delays-stretched-from-denver-to-northeast/77943452/

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