Nor’easter leads to delays, cancellations at Bradley International Airport

Snow crews at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks working to clear the snow (WTNH / Report-It / Ellie Krasney)

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) — Bradley International Airport is experiencing some cancellations and delays due to Wednesday’s nor’easter.

The international airport is still open, however officials say the majority of Wednesday’s arriving and departing flights have been canceled. They also say there have been a small number of delays.

With the airlines continuing to adjust their schedules in response to the storm, further cancellations are expected for tomorrow morning.

Passengers who are scheduled to travel are advised to check with their airline on their individual flight itineraries and any potential rebooking options before heading to the airport. Several airlines are issuing travel waivers.

Related: Metro-North to operate on reduced schedule due to storm

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