Philadelphia International Airport is reporting some delays this morning due to the fog. A ground stop is in effect until 9am.
Tuesday morning’s bad weather is interfering with operations at Philadelphia International Airport.
Some flights heading into Philadelphia are delayed an average of one hour and 43 minutes.
Thousands of customers in the Philadelphia region are without power today as a result of the heavy winds. Travelers are also experiencing flight delays.
Some arriving flights are running an average of an hour and 20 minutes behind schedule.
The FAA is reporting some weather-related flight arrival delays of up to 1 hour 47 minutes at Philadelphia International Airport.
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Passengers traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday are thankful – so far – for on-time departures, something that’s not guaranteed this time of year.
Rain and storms moving through the area are causing headaches for many.
Philadelphia International Airport was not affected, but officials for Southwest Airlines are urging passengers to check their flight status before leaving.
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The fog has been causing some flight delays at Philadelphia International Airport, where spokeswoman Victoria Lupica says some arriving flights Sunday have been delayed for as much as 2½ hours.
All flights in and out of Philadelphia International Airport were cancelled for Monday and thousands more were suspended at airports nationwide, as a result of Hurricane Sandy.