Southwest Airlines canceled more than 200 flights out of Midway International Airport Sunday after running out of the product they use to de-ice planes.
"Those developments, coupled with a more positive weather forecast for Chicago position us to safely operate our more than 250 departures out of Chicago Midway".
'We will continue to work with our customers on their travel plans and apologize for any inconvenience the disruption in service has caused'.
Southwest has "multiple glycol deliveries" scheduled for Monday and expects to resume "close to normal operations" at Midway, she said. The airline said flight 2123 was pushing back from the gate when the ground crew observed a possible fire near the rear exterior of the aircraft.
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An icy winter storm moving across the Great Lakes forced Southwest Airlines to cancel all of its flights in and out of Chicago on Sunday.
As of 6 a.m. Monday, 13 flights were canceled at Midway in total, with delays averaging less than 15 minutes, officials said. The day after Christmas, the airline cancelled nearly 90 flights because of delays over de-icing aircraft.
The airline blamed freezing conditions at the airport for slowing down crews in charge of de-icing the planes, the statement said. Chicago temperatures dropped to below 20 degrees Fahrenheit Sunday during the storm.