Thursday sees fewer flight cancellations at Newark Liberty Int’l Airport after weather, technical issues

Airlines hope to get travelers back on track as much as possible after thousands of flights were canceled and delayed Wednesday.

News 12 Staff

Feb 23, 2023, 10:46 AM

Updated 517 days ago

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Travelers can expect fewer delays at airlines Thursday after winter weather and technological issues across the country on Wednesday caused a big headache for thousands of travelers, leaving many waiting for hours. 
There were more than 1,300 cancelled flights nationally Wednesday, according to FlightAware. Newark Liberty International Airport had at least 47 cancellations and at least 273 flights were delayed.
For Thursday, there are 29 cancelled flights and 13 delayed flights at Newark Liberty International Airport, according to FlightAware.
Airlines hope to get travelers back on track as much as possible.


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