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Hundreds of flights suspended ahead of nor'easter

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DALLAS -

As if Hurricane Sandy didn't throw a wrench in enough people's travel plans, now two North Texas-based airlines are suspending flights again.

American Airlines and American Eagle are suspending all operations in Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) starting at noon Eastern time, and all New York area airports by 3 p.m. Eastern time today.

United Airlines, based in Chicago, is also stopping most flights to and from the area, and Delta has already canceled some, but not all.

Southwest and US Airways said they are "tracking" the storm and will make adjustments as necessary.

Hurricane Sandy forced more than 20,000 flight cancellations last week.

For more information, visit:

DFW Airport
www.dfwairport.com

American Airlines:
aa.com

American Eagle:
www.americaneaglecarriers.com

United Airlines:
www.united.com

Southwest Airlines
www.southwest.com

 

 

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