PBI — Palm Beach International — Also Logging Delays And Cancellations.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BROWARD COUNTY, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — If you are flying or meeting flyers at FLL airport this afternoon, prepare for delays. The airport is posting significant delays for several flights as thunderstorms roll through the area.
FlightAware.com and its MiseryMap report 89 flights originating at FLL and 78 flights departing the airport experienced — or are experiencing — delays.
Only five flights involving Fort Lauderdale have been canceled.
At PBI, 15 departing flights are — or were — delayed, with 11 inbound flights experiencing delays. Four American Airlines flights and 3 Allegiant Air flights were canceled.
The good news: there is no mass computer outage today affecting any airline — something that’s been a problem off and on for the past several weeks.
The bad news: when delays start, it often takes the rest of the day for flights to recover. For evening flights, that can lead to early morning delays as planes may be out of place.
Vist the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport flight board for realtime updates regarding inbound and outbound flights.
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