JetBlue and other airlines are canceling flights in advance of a big winter storm expected to hit the Northeast and New England today.
Several flights have been canceled at Raleigh-Durham International Airport by JetBlue and other airlines that provide service to the Northeast.
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JetBlue has been under pressure to do better in bad weather since passengers were stranded in planes at Kennedy Airport for up to ten and a-half hours during a storm last month.
JetBlue was unable to resume normal operations for days afterward because flight crews weren't where they were supposed to be. JetBlue has canceled more than 200 flights today, about one-third of all JetBlue flights.
Meantime, Delta has also canceled more than 200 flights and American Airlines has canceled about 120 flights to or from New York and other Northeastern airports. Northwest Airlines canceled about 35 flights to or from the East Coast.
The storm could dump up to six inches in New York and as much as
a foot in other areas.
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