TRAVEL WATCH: South Florida Airports Okay, But Delays Hitting Parts Of Country Hard

Record Travel Locally, Nationwide. Difficulties No Devastating To Fort Lauderdale International, Palm Beach International, Miami International. American and United Airlines appear to the carriers with the most difficulties on this vacation travel trip. ( Image: American Airlines ). BY: TRAVEL DESK| BocaNews Today. com BOCA RATON, FL ( BocaNews Now. web ) ( Copyright© 2024 MetroDesk Media, LLC )— The South Florida flights of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Palm Beach International, and Miami International are experiencing second to no travel turmoil as additional terminals global are dealing with major disruptions due to bad weather. According to FlightAware. web as of mid-day Saturday, there are 2,205 difficulties involving planes flying within, into, or out of the United States. The withdrawal count is 56. United Airlines tops the list of flights in the United States experiencing difficulties. It’s logged 217 as of mid-day Sunday. At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, 64 airlines have been delayed with only three delays. Spirit, Silver, and Southwest all top the charts for disruptions at FLL. Frontier is the only airport with delayed flights. At Palm Beach International Airport, only twelve airlines have been delayed. American Airlines leads the rear with six difficulties, Silver logged swim difficulties, and JetBlue so far has had one difficulties. No airlines have been canceled as of mid-day at PBI. Miami International has logged 90 flight difficulties as of mid-day, with just one withdrawal. American Airlines, which dominates MIA, is the flight with the most difficulties Sunday. The ship reports 64 delays thus far. Delta, Air France, Envoy, Latam, Spirit, Southwest, Virgin, United, and Valaris even report difficulties. Only United reports one canceled journey. Powerful winds in the Midwest continue to affect carriers with a big reputation in Chicago— including United and American.