Philadelphia International Airport
The weekend winter storm that swept across the Delaware Valley moved out, but left behind an icy, slushy, wet mess, causing a slow, hazardous commute and also left homes and businesses without power Sunday morning.
Our latest storm was no surprise, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t causing some problems on the roads, rails and at the airport.
What’s the best way to beat the frigid temperatures? Fly somewhere warm of course.
If you’re traveling out of Philadelphia International Airport on Friday, you’re in for a few Valentine’s Day treats.
All 52 passengers and four crew members got off the plane on the tarmac.
On Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Rich Zeoli talked with Tom Malone, the lawyer for a man who was detained by the TSA and the police at Philadelphia International Airport after requesting to file a complaint about the screening process.
Rich covered the video of the Jordanian pilot killed by ISIS, a New Jersey town’s proposal to ban sledding, and Budweiser’s attack of craft beer. He also talked to restauranteur Brian Oliveira, and attorney Tom Malone.
It’s like Groundhog Day! The winter weather is once again impacting the Monday morning commute for drivers and others trying to make their way to work, school and elsewhere.
In this bitter cold, can you think of the happiest place to be? According to a survey by a travel dating service for singles, Philadelphia International Airport, with exercise bikes, rocking chairs and more, might be just the place.
The majority of the cancellations are with arriving flights, but there are a good number of departures that have been cancelled as well. The majority of the affected flights are scheduled to either arrive or depart before 10am.
With most flights cancelled Tuesday because of the blizzard forecast, Philadelphia International Airport was like a ghost town.
As the latest winter blast picks up in intensity across the region today, the biggest impact point is expected to be Philadelphia International Airport where a handful of flight cancellations are already reported.
Airlines are preparing to shut down operations along the East Coast as a major snowstorm nears.
The wet weather and icy conditions were making for a slippery and slow commute Monday across parts of the Philadelphia region.
The ground stop at Philadelphia International Airport has been lifted, but airport officials say it could be put back in place at times throughout the day, depending on weather and runway conditions.