Three flights were cancelled, and 28 other flights were delayed, due to weather conditions in Florida

Aerostar Airport Holdings Company Emirates Airlines reported that three flights were canceled, and 28 other flights were delayed, due to bad weather that affected several airports in the United States, most of them in the state of Florida. All flights have a destination, or take-off point, Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport.

Specifically, Aerostar noted that Frontier F9 3938 and JetBlue B6 2353 flights were cancelled. The Frontier flight was scheduled to take off from Bradley International Airport in Windsor, Connecticut, while the JetBlue service was scheduled to take off from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The two flights were scheduled to land at Carolinas Airport.

The company responsible for the airport added that the rest of the flights were delayed.

According to the channel's official website Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the three major airports in Florida, Orlando International Airport, Miami International Airport, and Fort Lauderdale International Airport had to delay and/or cancel flights due to a thunderstorm. .

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