Winter storm continues to place a damper on journey plans

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Christmas Eve was crucial time to get residence for trip, however winter storms saved throwing wrenches at everybody’s trip plans, particularly on the airport.

What you want to know

  • Winter storms have put a damper on trip journey plans for a lot of Ohioans
  • Brian Andrews is likely one of the individuals stranded at John Glenn Worldwide Airport.His flight was canceled on Friday and he is been on the airport since.
  • Airport officers are urging everybody to test flight standing earlier than arriving on the airport

Brian Andrews is much from residence. He lives in Washington, D.C. and is about to hop on a airplane residence, however remains to be having no luck.

“All the pieces was shut down,” mentioned Andrews. “I’ve by no means skilled such a foul journey.”

Andrews has been at John Glenn Worldwide Airport since Friday after his flight was cancelled. He was visiting household in Canton, Ohio. Now he is ready to return residence, however when?

“We had an early Christmas on the twenty second,” Andrews mentioned.

Andrews would not need to spend Christmas Day touring, however he has no different selection. He mentioned, “I used to be speculated to be residence by 2:00 pm on Friday. Now it will likely be 4:00 pm tomorrow (Christmas).”

And Andrews shouldn’t be alone. Different vacationers have struggled to deal with cancellations and delays since winter storms hit.

However Andrews is set to go residence for the vacations, even on Christmas Day.

“I’ve by no means skilled a lot disruption over the vacations, however I hope it goes properly,” Andrews mentioned.

In case you are touring in the course of the vacation season, we advocate that you just test together with your airline for the newest flight standing.

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