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Delta teams at airports across the eastern third of the U.S. worked around-the-clock to keep operations moving amid winter weather brought on by a major winter storm Tuesday.

Winter precipitation hampered flights in and out of Detroit, Boston and the New York metros as de-ice operations were underway through the day in Northeast and New England. Delta proactively cancelled flights ahead of the storm, which brought periods of snow and freezing rain to the region.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the airline cancelled approximately 650 Delta and Delta Connection regional flights, with additional schedule adjustments likely.

This storm comes on the heels of a winter system that brought record snow to Seattle before trekking east, stretching down into parts of the Southeast with a line of rain showers stemming from Tennessee in to Georgia.

Customers are encouraged to check their flight status on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent directly to their mobile device or by email with One-Time Flight Notification.

6 p.m., ET, Monday

As multiple winter weather systems continue to move across the United States, Delta has issued a waiver for airports in the Upper Midwest ahead of a winter storm forecasted to bring snow and freezing rain to the region Monday and Tuesday.

In addition to the recent expansion of the Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern Canada waiver to include more impacted airports, Delta extended its Pacific Northwest waiver until Tuesday.

These waivers allow customers traveling to, from or through the affected cities in the Upper Midwest on Feb. 11-12, the Pacific Northwest on Feb. 11-12, and Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern​ Canada on Feb. 12-13, to make a one-time change to their travel plans without incurring a fee.

Customers are encouraged to check their flight status on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent directly to their mobile device or by email with One-Time Flight Notification.

1:30 p.m. ET, Monday

Delta has issued an expanded second weather waiver, this one for 26 airports in the Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern Canada, in anticipation of winter weather set to impact the region. The waiver comes after another that was issued for the Pacific Northwest over the weekend for winter weather that prompted the cancellation of more than 115 Delta Connection flights in and out of the airline’s Seattle hub.

The waivers allow customers traveling to, from or through the affected cities in the Northeastern U.S. and Southeastern Canada on Feb. 15, and the Pacific Northwest on Feb. 14, to make a one-time change to their travel plans without incurring a fee.

Customers are encouraged to check their flight status on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent directly to their mobile device or by email with One-Time Flight Notification.

5:30 p.m. ET, Sunday

A winter weather waiver has been issued for the several cities in the Northeast, including Delta's hubs in New York and Boston, ahead of winter storm system that will bring frozen precipitation to the region beginning in the early morning hours through the day on Tuesday.

The waiver allows customers traveling to, from or through the affected cities on Feb. 12,​ to make a one-time change to their travel plans without incurring a fee.

Customers are encouraged to check their flight status on Delta.com or the Fly Delta Mobile App. Customers can also get updates sent directly to their mobile device or by email with One-Time Flight Notification.

 

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