The Associated Press reports Delta Air Lines canceled about 3,000 flights this week as it continues to struggle in the aftermath of a storm that hit its hub airport in Atlanta.
The nightmarish delays that started Wednesday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport apparently aren't over after almost four days, as reports of long lines and more flight delays popped up on Saturday morning.
Extremely long lines were seen throughout Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Saturday morning, days after severe storms forced a ground stop at the hub.
If you plan to fly with Delta Airlines this week, you could see cancellations or delays.
Delta Chief Operating Officer Gil West called the storms that hit Atlanta on Wednesday "unprecedented".
The airline's travel waiver has been extended into the weekend so that customers can rebook their flights without the change fee.
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Stormy weather in the northeast also contributed to some of the snowballing of flight cancellations.
Passengers across the United States who are traveling with Delta have been asked to check the status of their flights before arriving at the airport.
Spring break travelers packing planes compounded an already difficult situation, making it hard to find available seats for delayed travelers and causing a pile-up in airports and telephone queues.
Days after grounding thousands of flights, Delta is still working to get back to normal.
At PDX, only a few flights were canceled as of 10 a.m. Friday. That's on top of roughly 3,000 flight cancellations earlier in the week. Some just gave up on flying and chose to drive to their destination.