700 Boston flights cancelled by airlines as winter storm approaching

 Tuesday, March 13, 2018 


American AirlinesAmerican Airlines cancelled its entire Boston schedule for Tuesday as another winter storm approaches that is threatening to dump more than a foot of snow in parts of the region.


About three-quarters or nearly 400 flights across several airlines from Boston are cancelled Tuesday, according to flight-tracking site FlightAware. A further 321, or about 60 percent of flights to the airport are also cancelled.



American Airlines had the regular 89 departures and an equal number of arrivals scheduled from Boston’s Logan International Airport.



The cancellations of American Airlines include its hourly shuttle service between Boston and New York’s LaGuardia. Delta Airlines has cancelled most of its Boston-LaGuardia shuttle service. The American Airlines including American, Delta and JetBlue, are waiving ticket-change fees for travellers affected by the storm.



Southwest Airlines said that the passengers won’t pay additional fees for a date change. The airline doesn’t charge date-change fees but passengers generally have to pay more if the fare is higher on the new travel date.



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