LITTLE ROCK, AR – Freezing temperatures across the country continue to impact air travel into and out of Arkansas.
On Monday morning, Clinton National Airport in Little Rock reported 19 flight cancellations and 19 delays.
The flights impacted the most were coming from or headed to the Houston and Chicago areas.
USA TODAY reports that U.S. air carriers were still dealing with a backlog of stranded passengers caused by a winter storm which hit during one of the busiest travel periods of the year.
FlightAware.com reported that a total of 3,147 flights had been canceled in the U.S. as of 10:30 a.m. Monday. Another 1,821 had been delayed. On Sunday, the website reported 3,497 cancellations and 10,046 delayed flights.
Chicago’s O’Hare International airport has been the hardest hit after the Windy City received more than a foot of snow last week.