Adverse weather conditions, including snowstorms in the Central part of the United States, led to the cancellation and delays on Sunday and Monday morning more than 8 thousand flights. This was reported on the website Flight Aware, tracking the movement of aircraft.
According to experts of the site, 8 110 flights were canceled and delayed in general. November 25 in the United States was the day of the most intense in the year of passenger traffic due to the increase in the number of travelers on the weekend after Thanksgiving (November 22).
Only on Monday was cancelled 1 032 flight, and detained in the way 1 651 airliner.
The most severe weather conditions have developed in the state of Kansas, where in Sunday introduced a state of emergency. State Governor Jeff Colyer “urged the population to postpone travel plans if possible.” The Kansas Department of transportation informed “of the cessation of traffic on many roads, including highway 70 in the East and West, due to poor visibility.” A similar situation is observed in the States of Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, and Colorado.