At least 730 flights were canceled in the United States on Sunday

At least 730 flights in the United States were canceled as of Sunday night, according to flight-tracking website FlightAware.

Delta Air Lines alone canceled at least 224 flights on Sunday. United Airlines canceled 71 flights and American Airlines canceled 66 flights.

CNN has reached out to the three airlines for comment on flight cancellations.

“Delta teams continue to come safely through compounding factors affecting our operations this weekend, including more than planned unplanned absences in some of our workgroups, weather and air traffic control restrictions,” said a Delta Air Lines spokesman. “Flight cancellation is always our last resort and we sincerely apologize to our customers for any disruption to their travel plans.”

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport was hardest hit by Sunday’s cancellations.

United Airlines canceled 56 flights on Saturday and 70 flights on Sunday.

United Airlines said Thursday it would cut 12% of its daily domestic flights from its busy Newark hub. The cuts begin in July and amount to about 50 daily flights.

According to FlightAware, there were 634 flight cancellations on Saturday.

https://abc7.com/flights-canceled-delta-air-lines-united-airlines-american/11997611/ At least 730 flights were canceled in the United States on Sunday

Laura Coffey

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