Delta cancelled approximately 120 flights Wednesday morning as the storm moves into the Northeast.

Latest update, Dec. 16 at 1:30 p.m. ET:

Where: Albany, NY; Allentown, PA; Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Burlington, VT; Charlottesville, VA; Harrisburg, PA; Hartford, CT; New York – LaGuardia; New York – Kennedy; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Portland, ME; Roanoke, VA; Rochester, NY; State College, PA; Syracuse, NY; Washington DC – Dulles; Washington DC – Reagan 

When: December 16-17 

Delta cancelled approximately 120 Mainline and Delta Connection flights Wednesday morning in anticipation of the inclement weather, with additional schedule adjustments likely as the storm moves into the Northeast.  

Delta’s Meteorology team in the airline’s Operation and Customer Center expects frozen precipitation in the region to begin Wednesday afternoon into the night, tapering off Thursday morning. Six to eight inches of snowfall are expected in the New York Metros, while Boston will likely see up to a foot of snow. 

A winter weather waiver was issued Tuesday to provide customers with more flexibility in their travel plans. The airline also issued an unaccompanied minor embargo for cities with expected impact. As always, customers are encouraged to check flight status via Delta.com, the Fly Delta Mobile App or by email with One-Time Flight Notification

 

Previous update, Dec. 15 at 1 p.m. ET:

Where: Albany, NY; Allentown, PA; Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Burlington, VT; Charlottesville, VA; Harrisburg, PA; Hartford, CT; New York – LaGuardia; New York – Kennedy; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Portland, ME; Roanoke, VA; Rochester, NY; State College, PA; Syracuse, NY; Washington DC – Dulles; Washington DC – Reagan

When: December 16-17 

Delta has proactively issued a weather waiver ahead of the winter system forecast to bring widespread snow and mixed-precipitation across the Mid-Atlantic up through the Northeast region Wednesday into Thursday.  

The waiver provides customers traveling to, from or through select cities on Dec. 16-17 with more flexibility in their travel plans.

While the airline is not planning for any cancellations, tactical schedule adjustments remain a possibility Wednesday as a result of inclement weather conditions. 

As always, Delta's team of meteorologists continue to monitor the storm and share regularly updated forecasts with teams in the airline's Operations and Customer Center, as well as in the affected airports where delays and cancellations are possible.  

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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