Sunday’s soaker caused hundreds of delayed or canceled flights for some people trying to fly out of Logan Airport.
“The weather sucks right now. We’re supposed to be heading to Jacksonville,” says Brandon, a traveler.
The trip home for some passengers will have to wait a day. They checked in their bags only to find their flight to Florida got canceled.
“Pretty stressed out because we both have jobs that are pretty demanding that we need to be in Jacksonville for,” says Brandon, a traveler.
Scrolling the airport monitors, Boston 25 News found flights also canceled to New York, Newark, and Memphis.
“I have to get to work. I don’t have any more vacation days. I have been here for a week and plan on getting home tonight. I am going to see if this Hilton has a room for us,” says Shelley Hamond, a passenger.
Because the weather is considered an act of nature, airlines aren’t responsible for compensating passengers in the event a flight gets canceled, leaving some travelers scrambling for arrangements.
“I am going to call my cousin to rescue me,” says Venel, a passenger.
“Control the controllable and this just wasn’t it today, but we will make it home tomorrow and we will go from there,” says Marlene, a passenger.
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