Storms Divert, Delay Flights In & Out Of Dallas

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

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April 3, 2012

American Airlines has canceled nearly all departures from its hub at DFW Airport for the rest of the evening as powerful storms and tornadoes move through the area.

American had canceled more than 230 flights by Tuesday afternoon
and others had been diverted to different airports. American
spokeswoman Andrea Huguely says the airline also is pulling dozens
of planes out of service to inspect them for hail damage.

One arrival and one departure were cancelled at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport.

The Federal Aviation Administration says delays are averaging
nearly three hours for the few flights still getting through.

Flights also have been canceled at Dallas Love Field, which is a
big base for Southwest Airlines. That airline has canceled more
than 45 flights in and out of the airport.

Love Field spokesman Jose Luis Torres says the airport didn't
suffer any damage.

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