Storms and staffing shortages continue to cause delays for people flying in and out of Florida on Wednesday morning.
You know what’s annoying? When you arrive at an exotic destination and find yourself completely exhausted from a lack of sleep.
Thousands of flights across the U.S. were canceled or delayed Wednesday after a government system that offers safety and other information to pilots broke down, stranding some planes on the ground for hours.
Officials with the Jacksonville International Airport announced late Wednesday night that all flights out of JAX airport Thursday have been canceled.
A Texas sheriff is now investigating last week’s migrant flights, which Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis chartered to move immigrants from the southern border to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts.
According to the FAA, airlines are carrying the highest number of passengers since early 2020. Florida air traffic is 150%-170% higher at some airports.
More than 2500 flights were canceled across the world today. 1000 flights were affected in the United States.
Airlines canceled hundreds of flights for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day as the omicron variant led to staff shortages.
Flights to and from Jacksonville are among hundreds canceled by American Airlines Monday.