20 Jan '12, 7pm

Hundreds of US flights cancelled due to heavy snow

Hundreds of US flights cancelled due to heavy snow

CHICAGO: Hundreds of flights were cancelled to and from Chicago's busy airports on Friday, disrupting air travel across the country as an arctic storm dumped heavy snow in the region. As of 3.30 pm (2130 GMT) a total of 700 flights had been cancelled at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport - the second busiest in the country after Atlanta - and Midway International Airport. Both airports reported "significant delays and cancellations," the Chicago Department of Aviation said. O'Hare is a major hub for United Airlines and American Airlines, two major US carriers, while Midway is used by low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines. The greater Chicago area, home to nearly 10 million people, was under a winter storm warning Friday until midnight as a storm moving from the central United States pounded the region with snow, sleet and freezing rain. The city's full fleet of around 28...

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