Hundreds of stranded passengers spent Sunday night at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport as airline officials scrambled to cope with the fallout from a snow storm to the north.
Flights were diverted Friday to Charlotte after a winter storm locked the Northeast in snow and ice and stranded thousands of passengers.
Officials say between 200 and 300 people spent Sunday night at the airport. Charlotte is the airline's largest hub.
U.S. Airways spokeswoman Andrea Rader say the problem was getting better late Sunday throughout the airline's system and the company hoped operations would be back to normal Monday.