American Airlines Suspends Flight Operations In Mid-Atlantic And Northeast Airports Through Wednesday October 31
Due to severe weather from Hurricane Sandy, American Airlines (OTC: AAMRQ) and American Eagle are suspending operations at a number of airports in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions of the United States from 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 until approximately midday Wednesday, Oct. 31. It is also possible that the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy may force some additional delays and cancellations of scheduled flights beyond Wednesday.
Airports affected are: Baltimore (BWI) Boston (BOS), Buffalo, N.Y. (BUF), Charleston, W.Va. (CRW), Charlottesville, Va. (CHO), Greensboro/High Point, N.C. (GSO), Harrisburg, Pa. (MDT), Hartford, Conn. (BDL), New York Kennedy (JFK), New York LaGuardia (LGA), Newark, N.J. (EWR), Norfolk, Va. (ORF), Philadelphia (PHL), Pittsburgh (PIT), Raleigh/Durham, N.C. (RDU), Richmond, Va. (RIC), Rochester, N.Y. (ROC), Syracuse, N.Y. (SYR), Washington Reagan National (DCA), Washington Dulles (IAD), Watertown, N.Y. (ART), White Plains, N.Y. (HPN)
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