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More than 6,300 flights canceled Tuesday during snowstorm

The cancellations and delays continue to climb as the storm keeps moving.

High-speed snow blower in action clearing runway at Newark Liberty International Port Authority New York & New Jersey

Thousands of flights continue to get canceled Tuesday as the winter storm starts piling inches along the East Coast.

As of 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, more than 6,300 domestic flights were canceled and another 2,800 delayed, according to flight-status tracking service FlightAware.com.

That's in addition to the more than 1,700 flights canceled in anticipation of the snow on Monday.

Southwest and American Airlines have the most flights canceled. The airports with the most departing flightcancellations are:

  • Newark Liberty International (EWR): 533 flights canceled(86 percent of all flights)
  • LaGuardia (LGA): 438flights canceled (77 percent of all flights)
  • John F Kennedy International (JFK): 414 flights canceled (68 percent of all flights)
  • Boston Logan International (BOS): 408 flights canceled (77 percent of all flights)

By incoming flights, the airports with the most cancellations are:

  • Newark Liberty International (EWR): 484 flights canceled (75 percent of all flights)
  • LaGuardia (LGA): 417 flights canceled (73 percent of all flights)
  • Boston Logan International (BOS): 407 flights canceled (79 percent of all flights)
  • John F Kennedy International (JFK): 364flights canceled (56percent of all flights)

See all cancellations hereor for information, check with individual airlines at their websites:

 

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