Delta Airlines, which is based in Atlanta, canceled close to 750 flights on Wednesday and Thursday out of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport due to the storms and extreme cold temperatures plaguing the Northeastern part of the country. It’s possible that other airlines across the Northeast may continue to cancel flights, based largely on airport conditions.

Delta also suspended flights from Boston’s Logan Airport on Thursday, with most flights   expected to resume on Friday.

In New York and Boston, Delta was forced to cancel more than 400 flights on Wednesday and Thursday due to the severe weather conditions, but most flights are expected to resume on Friday.

As the frigid temperatures continue to plague cities across the Northeast, a spokesperson from Delta warned passengers that “more flights could be delayed and/ or suspended at any time, depending on the path and the location of the storm.”

As always, passengers are encouraged to check on all flights before heading to Hartsfield-Jackson airport, as well as any other airport in the unseasonably and bitterly cold Northeast region.

Power outage at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia has travel at standstill on December 17th and 18th, 2017.

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