Flights cancelled due to winter storm in the United States and northern-central Europe.

U.S. A winter storm is impacting parts of the eastern third of the US, Jan. 29. The current and forecast impact location includes areas between the mid-Atlantic through New England. Eastern Canada is also forecast to be impacted.
Airlines have canceled thousands of flights through Jan. 30. Impacted airlines include Delta, American Airlines, United, Southwest, and JetBlue. Amtrak has also canceled various services.

The total number of flight cancellations within, into, or out of the US on Sunday was 1,411. Meanwhile, another 1,105 US-related flights were delayed. The LaGuardia Airport and the John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City and the Boston Logan International Airport each had more than 200 flight cancellations as of early on Sunday.

EUROPE. Storm Malik is forecast to continue to bring adverse weather including strong winds and snow across Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Netherlands, Denmark, southern Sweden, southern Norway, and southern Finland through at least Jan. 31.

Storm Corrie hit the Dutch coast on Monday morning, bringing winds of up to 100kph to IJmuiden and Wijk aan Zee.
Flight delays and cancellations are likely due to ground stops and deicing operations at regional airports. Flights at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol are delayed or canceled Jan. 31 due to the storm. National rail company NS has also reduced some services in the north of the country. The storm will move south eastwards as the morning progresses

Please check your current flight information before travelling to the airport or consult your airline if you’re travelling today.

Monitor local media for updated weather information. Verify road conditions before driving in areas where heavy snowfall is forecast. Allow extra time to reach destinations in these areas and carry an emergency kit and warm clothes if driving is necessary. Confirm flights. Charge battery-powered devices in the case of prolonged electricity outages.