March 14, 2018

Bradley cancellations linger following nor'easter

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A small number of Wednesday morning flights at Bradley International Airport are cancelled as airlines work to get back on schedule following Tuesday's nor'easter, a spokeswoman said via email.

Connecticut's biggest airport was open Tuesday, but officials said about 75 percent of flights were cancelled due to the state's third nor'easter in 11 days. CNN reported the storm dumped about seven inches of snow in Windsor Locks.

As of 8:20 a.m., Eversource Energy reported that more than 1,200 customers are without power, mainly in the eastern portion of the state.

Several airlines are issuing travel waivers and passengers are urged to arrive early as Bradley officials expect a higher volume of passengers Wednesday due to storm related rebookings.

Real time flight status updates are available on its website, users can also receive automated updates by tweeting their flight number @BDLFlightInfo.

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