Few Delays at Philadelphia International Airport

Operations at Philadelphia International Airport are getting back to normal following Wednesday's storm.

By Cecilia Duffy
|  Thursday, Dec 27, 2012  |  Updated 7:43 PM EDT
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A winter storm moving through New England continued to cause troubles for travelers trying to fly in and out of Philly. NBC10's Vince Lattanzio spoke to some stranded travelers.

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A winter storm moving through New England continued to cause troubles for travelers trying to fly in and out of Philly. NBC10's Vince Lattanzio spoke to some stranded travelers.

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Delays at Philadelphia International Airport

The winter storm caused headaches for travelers. NBC10's Vince Lattanzio was at Philadelphia International Airport, where there were still a few delays Thursday after Wednesday's storm.

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Operations at Philadelphia International Airport are getting back to normal following Wednesday's storm.

A spokeswoman for the airport tells NBC10 that there were a total of 60 cancelled flights early Thursday morning, but that number is not expected to grow.

Some arriving flights are experiencing delays of up to 22 minutes, so travelers are encouraged to check the status of each flight with their airline.

For the latest flight info, log onto PHL.org or call 1-800-PHL-GATE.

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