More than 2,000 flights had been delayed across the United States by midday Monday after more than 8,000 were delayed Sunday.
Chicago O’Hare International Airport was struggling on Monday for a second day, with about 12% of flights originating there canceled by 12 p.m. ET.
On Sunday, Chicago O’Hare saw the most cancellations and delays, with approximately 12% of flights canceled, and over 45% of flights delayed.
Chicago’s Midway airport also continued to be affected, with 12% of its flights delayed and 4% canceled by noon on Monday.
Newark Liberty airport also struggled with delays and cancellations Sunday, and about 6% of its flights were canceled by noon on Monday.
Weekend of cancellations
Saturday saw a total of 657 flight cancellations and 7,267 delays within, into or out of the United States.
American Airlines canceled 4% of its flights and 24% of its Saturday flights were delayed, according to FlightAware.
United had 4% of its flights canceled and 23% delayed, followed by Delta with 2% canceled and 22% of its Saturday flights delayed, FlightAware notes.
41% of JetBlue’s flights and 36% of Southwest’s flights were also delayed on Saturday, according to the website.