Due to diminished visibility caused by wildfire smoke originating from Canada, certain flights bound for the New York City region and Philadelphia encountered delays, while others were temporarily suspended on Wednesday. The FAA lifted ground stops at LaGuardia and Newark Airports but flight delays continue. Flights into Philadelphia are also impacted. According to the FAA the smoke from the wildfires could delay flights in Boston, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. as well. Learn more.
News Brief: Canadian Fires Cause Flight Delays & Cancellations
September 1, 2021
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