Snowstorm cancels flights between Chicago, Dayton International Airport


UPDATE @ 7:05 p.m.

All but two flights between Chicago and Dayton today were canceled.

However, both flights scheduled to land later tonight at the Dayton International Airport are delayed.

United Airlines flight 3865 was scheduled to arrive at 8 p.m., and American Airlines flight 5498 was scheduled to arrive at 8:23 p.m., according to the airport’s online flight tracker

FIRST REPORT

Dozens of flights between Chicago and Dayton were canceled amid a winter snowstorm that was expected to dump up to a foot of snow in the Windy City.

Flights scheduled for today to and from Chicago have been canceled at Dayton International Airport. One flight canceled Thursday evening was scheduled to arrive in Dayton.

>> Forecast calls for heavy snow from Chicago to Detroit

Several flights to and from Detroit also are canceled Friday, according to the airport’s online flight tracker

>> Snow threat returns for part of the Miami Valley

Dozens of flights between Chicago and the John Glenn International Airport and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport also are canceled.

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