Delta’s flight schedule is mostly returning to normal Tuesday after the weekend storm that dumped up to 30 inches on East Coast cities from Washington to New York. No canceled flights are expected in the airline’s mainline operation.

At New York-JFK, a full schedule of flights is planned. Snow cleanup went smoothly at that Delta hub airport over the weekend. Reagan National airport in Washington, D.C., also planned a full schedule Tuesday after flights resumed Monday morning.

Other area airports were still struggling, prompting Delta Connection carriers to cancel 45 flights.

In Newark, removal has been very slow and ramp conditions remain poor, according to the Delta operations team. At New York-LaGuardia, which continued to recover from about 30 inches of snow, operations were returning to normal Tuesday morning.

Operations at Washington-Dulles will be reduced for a few hours Tuesday morning before returning to normal.

Delta teams at airports across the East, including Baltimore and Philadelphia, worked through the weekend to restore service – even as most airports remained closed to the public.

NOTE: Delta’s winter weather waiver remains in place to allow customers to make one-time changes to their travel plans and be re-accommodated on other flights. Customers are advised to check flight status on Delta.com or through the Fly Delta Mobile App.

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