The Bradley International Airport remained open on Wednesday while officials monitored the incoming weather.
On Wednesday morning, airport officials said they had made adjustments to their schedules. There had been cancellations to 30 percent of their arriving and departing flights.
Through 8:45 p.m. Wednesday, there are 11 arrival cancellations and two delays. For departures, there are 12 cancellations through 8 p.m. and two delays.
Travelers are advised to check with their airlines before heading to Bradley Airport.
BDL is open & we’re closely monitoring today’s winter storm. Some airlines have started adjusting their schedules and approximately 30% of our arriving & departing flights are canceled. There are also a small number of delays. Pls check the status of your flight w/ your airline.— Bradley Intl Airport (@Bradley_Airport) February 7, 2018
On Wednesday afternoon, officials said the hotel connected to the airport was full as are several other nearby hotels, so many travelers with canceled flights are still trying to find a place to sleep.
Others are still working on booking a new flight for Thursday morning.
Todd York from Fort Meyers, Florida said he’s not sure when he’ll get home but it won’t happen Wednesday night.
“I don’t know, they say the storms going to be over probably 1 a.m., so looks I’m spending the night in Hartford, CT,” York said.?
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