Delays and cancellations at Logan Airport on Tuesday. (Shari Small/WBZ NewsRadio)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) — At Logan Airport, the repercussions from the bitter cold and the region's first winter storm of the season are still being felt, with nearly 300 flights delayed and more than 200 others cancelled Tuesday.
Jessica from Swampscott got to the airport early to find her flight cancelled. She told WBZ NewsRadio's Shari Small she's missing her business meetings in Ohio today.
"I got here about ten minutes ago from my Uber driver and got the notification that my flight was cancelled, re-booked for 7 p.m. tonight," she said. "I'm hoping to find a different flight that maybe once I get to my destination I can drive to where I actually needed to go."
Airport officials say as the temperatures rise, they anticipate things to return to normal Tuesday. Over the holiday weekend, more than 1,000 flights were cancelled.