Passengers push their luggage in the check-in area of Ronald Reagan International Airport in Washington, DC. Photo: AFP
Passengers push their luggage in the check-in area of Ronald Reagan International Airport in Washington, DC. Photo: AFP

Omicron, bad weather drive US airport chaos as more than 2,700 flights cancelled

  • Many pilots, flight attendants and other staff are absent from work after contracting Covid-19, or because they are quarantining
  • Airports in Chicago were particularly hard-hit because of bad weather, with a snowstorm expected in the area into Saturday night

Topic |   United States
Passengers push their luggage in the check-in area of Ronald Reagan International Airport in Washington, DC. Photo: AFP
Passengers push their luggage in the check-in area of Ronald Reagan International Airport in Washington, DC. Photo: AFP
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