Hurricane Florence to have an effect on air travelers

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Hurricane Florence is expected to impact millions of people, including travelers.  Ten million people are in areas under a watch or warning as Hurricane Florence approaches land.

More than 1,000 flights have been canceled across the country, including at Bradley International Airport. An 11:05 A.M. Spirit Airlines flight traveling to Myrtle Beach was canceled Thursday morning, as well as a 3:30 P.M. flight from Myrtle Beach to Bradley. For travelers going to other airports, flights were on schedule as of 5:00 A.M. Thursday, though that could change.

According to Bradley’s website, both the 6:00 and 7:15 A.M. flights to Atlanta were on-time, the 6:05 A.M. flight to Raleigh-Durham is on time, and the 6:25 A.M. flight to Charlotte was departing on schedule.

For those on the canceled Spirit flights, the company says you can modify your travel plans, and they will waive the flight price difference for travel through September 20.

22News will keep you updated on flights at Bradley International Airport through the morning. You can also track your flight status in real time using our Flight Tracker tool.

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