TRAVEL TROUBLE: Delays At FLL, PBI, MIA As Storm Set To Sock Midwest

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American…United…Spirit…JetBlue All Logging Delays… View Airport Flight Boards Right Here.


BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher 

UPDATE: 6 p.m. — 321 delays now recorded today at FLL. 271 at MIA. 112 at PBI.

UPDATE: 1:49 p.m. — It’s getting bad. There are now 246 delays and 11 cancellations on record today at FLL. That includes 37 Southwest flights, 14 Allegiant Air flights, 53 Spirit flights, and 14 United Flights. Those airlines are also experiencing minimal cancellations at FLL.

At MIA, 172 delays are now logged with American Airlines responsible for 70, Spirit 12, Southwest 12, and United 12. There are twelve cancellations also recorded between those four airlines.

At PBI, 77 delays are logged as of 1:51 p.m. JetBlue leads the pack with 31 delays, Delta with 10, American with 9.

BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — South Florida weather may be fine but that’s not the case elsewhere — and it’s the “elsewhere” weather that’s already affecting flights out of South Florida’s major airports Thursday morning.

As the Midwest prepares to get blasted with what may be a record-setting storm, delays are already mounting in South Florida as flights from — and to — the affected areas are facing operational challenges.

According to flight data provider, in Fort Lauderdale as of 6:30 a.m. Thursday, 20 delays are already on the books, with Spirit, Southwest, and WestJet recording the most.

In Miami, 23 delays are recorded as of 6:30 a.m. with six cancellations. American, United, Air Canada, Southwest, British Airways, and Delta Airlines lead the pack. American, United, Air Canada, and Southwest have already canceled flights in and out of Miami.

In West Palm Beach (PBI), five delays and one cancellation are official so far. American, Delta, JetBlue, and Southwest are all affected.

We advise travelers to check your airport’s official “Flight Board” believing for the airport. View Miami here. View PBI here. View FLL here.




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