The Toronto airport is a total nightmare as hundred of flights cancelled
Snow storms are great for students, but bad for travellers.
Hundreds of flights out of Toronto Pearson International Airport are being cancelled or seriously delayed on account of today's snow storm.
Significant snowfall, ice pellets and high winds in southern Ontario today will affect airport operations, leading to cancellations and delays. If you are travelling, please confirm your flight status with your airline: https://t.co/ZxEmdBHBEF. pic.twitter.com/ieAQ6U7CGB— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) February 12, 2019
At 9 a.m. this morning, 219 of 695 departing flights were cancelled, with another 18 being delayed and counting.
Another several hundred arriving flights were cancelled or delayed, as well.
Travel Alert – February 13: YYZ, YTZ, YUL, YOW, YQB, YHZ, YQM, YSJ, YFC, ZBF, YYG, YQY, YZV, YGR & YGP. Details, Flight Status & rebook online. Change fees waived: https://t.co/fuCj1d9VMn— Air Canada (@AirCanada) February 12, 2019
Air Canada announced early this morning that customers could change their travel plans with the online re-booking functions without a financial penalty.
Air travellers are being told to confirm their flight status, and to be prepared in case of delay or cancellation.
If you're travelling to someplace warm and your flight is cancelled, I truly feel for you. Good luck out there, Toronto.
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