1-Feb-2011 9:58 AM

US airports once again affected by snow, services cancelled

USLambert-St Louis International Airport announced US carriers have been forced to cancel approximately 60 services on 31-Jan-2011 (St Louis Business Journal, 31-Jan-2011). The airport’s 220-strong snow-removal teams are on standby to be activated when conditions warrant. Kansas City Aviation Department has also been working hard keeping runways, taxiways, roadways and parking lots safe and free from excessive snow and ice at both Kansas City International and Charles B Wheeler Downtown airports. Meanwhile, AirTran has cancelled three services to Atlanta out of Wichita’s Mid-Continent Airport due to the weather (Wichita Business Journal, 31-Jan-2011). [more - Kansas City Aviation Department]

Frontier Airlines and United Continental Holdings announced (30-Jan-2011) it will allow customers travelling to/from or through Frontier's Milwaukee (MKE) hub, Appleton (ATW), Chicago (MDW), Green Bay (GRB), Kansas City (MCI), Madison (MSN) and United's Newark Liberty International Airport and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to make one itinerary change if they have already commenced travelling and purchased their tickets on or before 30-Jan-2011. Changes must be made by midnight 3-Feb-2011 and travel completed by 10-Feb-2011. [more - Frontier Airlines] [more - United Continental Holdings]

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