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Posted at 3:29 PM ET, 12/12/2010

Check flight status with airlines

By Washington Post Staff Writers

12:35 p.m. Update: Airports in the Midwest, such as Chicago O'Hare and Minneapolis St. Paul International, are reporting delays and cancellations. Travelers should also expect it to take time to work through the rescheduling of flights that were affected by the snowstorms.

Check with your airline to see if your travel plans may be affected.
Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National

13 December, 9:10 a.m. Update: According to the Federal Aviation Administration, San Francisco International is the only airport with delays at this time.

Original post: Due to weather elsewhere, some arriving flights at Reagan National Airport are being delayed an average of two and a half hours, and those late arrivals mean that some departing flights will be seriously delayed, too. Check with your airline and the FAA's site for the latest information, but the following flights are affected:

Departure traffic destined to The William B Hartsfield International Airport, Atlanta, GA (ATL) is currently experiencing delays averaging 1 hour and 51 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / WIND, departure traffic destined to General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, Boston, MA (BOS) is currently experiencing delays averaging 2 hours and 4 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / WIND, departure traffic destined to Newark International Airport, Newark, NJ (EWR) is currently experiencing delays averaging 2 hours and 22 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / WIND, departure traffic destined to John F Kennedy International Airport, New York, NY (JFK) is currently experiencing delays averaging 1 hour and 39 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / WIND, departure traffic destined to La Guardia Airport, New York, NY (LGA) is currently experiencing delays averaging 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / WIND, departure traffic destined to Chicago OHare International Airport, Chicago, IL (ORD) is currently experiencing delays averaging 6 hours and 3 minutes.

Due to WEATHER / LOCIGS, departure traffic destined to Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, PA (PHL) is currently experiencing delays averaging 1 hour and 13 minutes.

General Departure Delays: Because a traffic management program is delaying some arriving flights, departing flight schedules may be affected. Check with your airline to determine if your flight is affected.

General Arrival Delays: Arrival traffic is experiencing airborne delays of 15 minutes or less.

Check with your airline to see if your travel plans may be affected.
Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National

Have the snowstorms in the Midwest forced you or your friends to alter travel plans? Post a comment below.

By Washington Post Staff Writers  | December 12, 2010; 3:29 PM ET
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Dulles should be all screwed up too if the problem originates from other airports.

O'Hare has an AVERAGE delay of 6+ hours.

Posted by: blasmaic | December 12, 2010 5:32 PM | Report abuse

DCA needs to be closed. The arrival and departures paths are a hazard and there is no-way that you could get approval today for an airport where Reagan National is located.

The only reason that DCA survives is that Congress doesn't want to have to go out to Dulles or to Baltimore/Washington Airport to catch their weekend flights home. Maybe it's time for Congress to approve the funds to build some high-speed rail links from Union Station in downtown Washington to IAD and BWI.

The land that DCA sets on is perfect for development and is not being put to good use.

Posted by: mehrenst1 | December 12, 2010 9:44 PM | Report abuse

blasmaic wrote; "Dulles should be all screwed up too"

Yes, you're right. And as far as flight delays go it is mainly due to issues at other airports. The critical problem at DCA is that the airport has minimum runway availability and the arrival/departure paths are severely restricted by the location of government buildings which are critical to government operations or may be severely effected by noise associated with direct flyovers.

DCA should be closed. The only reason it isn't is because Congress wants the convenience of being able to be dropped off by their limousines without having to spend too much time in the car. Cengress needs to authorize the money to build high-speed rail links form Union Station to Dulles and BWI. Think of how many jobs this would create.

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Posted by: zhengee115 | December 12, 2010 10:43 PM | Report abuse

My flight into DCA was delayed b/c DCA's air traffic control put a ground stop on flights. The pilot said the ceiling was too low to land in DC.

Posted by: dbokie1 | December 13, 2010 10:40 AM | Report abuse

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