Flights return to normal, travel headaches linger at Logan Airport after blizzard cancellations

BOSTON — Flights are returning to normal at Boston’s Logan Airport after things were brought to a standstill during the storm Saturday.

According to the flight-tracking website FlightAware, 100% of departing flights were canceled Saturday. About half of all departures were canceled Sunday.

As of early Monday morning, 46 total flights were canceled. More than half of those are with JetBlue.

“Our flight from Boston to New York, then New York to Brazil was canceled because of the weather, so now we’re trying to rebook everything,” said Kathleen Silva of Boston. “It’s difficult. It’s very difficult. It’s a pain. It’s a pain. We’re trying to get through it.”

Most major airlines are waiving change fees for flights impacted by the storm, though the specifics vary from airline to airline. Among the airlines waiving change, fees are American, Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, and United.

People are encouraged to check their flight status before leaving for the airport.