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Storms causing flight delays

6:35 p.m. Update: JetBlue says some of its flights are delayed, while others are canceled. The airline plans to e-mail customers with options for rebooking. Company officials said maintenance is being done on 1-800-JETBLUE so customer service representatives may not be available to take calls immediately.

Original post: Airports throughout the Northeast are experiencing both arrival and departure delays due to thunderstorms. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, delays are increasing for flights bound for airports stretching from Philadelphia to Boston.

If you're flying today, the FAA and the airports advise that you check with your airline for how your flight might be affected. Operations at Washington's three major airports remain normal, but flights destined to the Northeast Corridor and Atlanta may be delayed.

Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National

By Michael Bolden  | September 27, 2010; 5:56 PM ET
Categories:  Airlines, Airports, Aviation  
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