The winter storm some are calling Hercules has passed, and our operations in the Northeast are beginning to stand back up. Just because the white stuff has stopped falling though, doesn’t mean the airports are done with it just yet.
Nearly 8 inches of snow fell at JFK, and 15 inches covers the field at Boston. It’ll take some time for all those runways and taxi-ways to be cleared, and light blowing snow will still impact visibility for airplanes taking off and landing. This unfortunately means until the airports are back to 100%, customers can still expect some delays and cancellations. Our Chief Operating Officer, Rob Maruster took to the airwaves this morning himself to explain more.
For customers able to reschedule their flights, we’re still offering a fee waiver for select cities. Check our Travel Alert for the latest information about fee waivers and affected cities.