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Dozens of South Florida flights canceled due to winter storm in South

The ice storm in the South has led to canceled flights to and from South Florida. Following are reports from the Broward and Miami-Dade airports:

Here is an update from Greg Meyer, spokesman at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport:

Due to the winter weather system in the Southeast, flights to Atlanta and Charlotte have been impacted. We have had 52 delayed flights up to 2 hours in duration and twelve canceled flights today.

Due to the winter weather system in the Southeast, flights to the following cities have been impacted: Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh/Durham, Myrtle Beach, Newark, and Richmond.

We have 22 delayed flights up to 3 hours in duration and 44 cancelled flights.


The Aviation Department has just learned from Delta Airlines that all Delta flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Atlanta on Wednesday, Feb 12th are canceled.

Delta has 14 flights a day to Atlanta, AirTran has three, Spirit has three and Southwest has three daily flights to Atlanta. I have not heard from the other three carriers about their intentions to continue service to Atlanta Wednesday.

Delta will have limited service to Atlanta on Thursday starting at 10:50 a.m.  All other Delta flights to and from FLL are expected to operate normally.

Here is an updated from Marc Henderson, spokesman at Miami International Airport:

As of 7 a.m. Miami International Airport has experienced 41 canceled flights – 19 canceled arrivals and 22 canceled departures. There are no delayed flights. The cities affected by the cancelled flights include: Dallas, Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh/Durham.




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