All departing flights canceled out of Bradley Airport

It's a ghost town at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks (WTNH / Report-It / Tamara Sacharczyk)

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH)- All flights departing from Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks have been canceled for the blizzard Tuesday.

The airport says that while they remain open and they have been working to keep the runways clear, all of their departures have been cancelled. As for arrivals, the airport is working with airline partners on the evening arrivals schedule.

Kevin Dillon, the Executive Director of the CT Airport Authority, says that he expects some activity Wednesday, but a lot will depend on how many arrivals get into Bradley Tuesday night. If there are no arrivals, then there are no planes to make departures for the morning. However, there will probably be flight cancellations in the morning Wednesday, but as the day progresses they hope to get back to normal.

Dillon stresses that you contact your airline because they are the ones who make the decision. You can also get flight information in real time on www.flybdl.org. Twitter users can also receive automated updates by tweeting their flight number @BDLFlightInfo.

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