Southwest, Frontier and United airways have cancelled 16 passenger flights between Denver Worldwide Airport and two Carolina airports instantly impacted by Hurricane Florence on Thursday and Friday, based on scheduling notices.
Hurricane Florence is scheduled to make landfall Friday, based on Nationwide Climate Service projections.
“We all the time advise that individuals examine with their airways earlier than coming to the airport,” stated Emily Williams, DIA spokeswoman.
Individuals with journey plans connecting to airports within the Carolinas must also examine to see if airways are providing waivers or presents to alter their flights, Williams stated.
United, Frontier and Southwest airways cancelled 14 incoming and outgoing flights between DIA and Raleigh-Durham Worldwide Airport on Thursday and Friday.
Frontier Airways cancelled two flights between DIA and Charleston Worldwide Airport on Thursday, based on cancellation notifications. One of many flights was departing and one arriving in Denver.
To this point, no Saturday flights connecting to the Carolinas have been cancelled, Williams stated. That would change, she added.
A complete of 419 airline flights into and out of the Carolinas from throughout the nation have been cancelled in anticipation of Florence.
A lot of the cancellations – a complete of 147 – have been linked to Raleigh-Durham incoming and outgoing flights.