WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) — Monday’s storm brought more snow to Southern New England and greatly impacted travel in the region – and not just on the roads.
Even though many flights were canceled Monday, things are running more smoothly Tuesday.
Although, Boston’s Logan Airport still has major problems and cancellations.
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It was a frustrating Monday for many passengers at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick. Many found out they’ll have to reschedule their flights as they try to get back home to their families and their jobs.
The airport had a few arrivals and departures, but most were canceled for cost or safety reasons.
“If we don’t get out, it’s a huge inconvenience. If we can’t fly out until Wednesday, I have another child at home, so I need to get home to him,” said Andrea Krisciunas. “It’s been great here in Rhode Island, but we want to get back to Michigan.”
One couple said they checked their flight status before making their way to the airport, but it had changed by the time they got there.
“When we arrived, the lady told us that flight was canceled,” said Quiang Fu. “The lady was helpful and she booked another flight for me for Boston tomorrow.”