Bradley flights rebounding from Nor'easter

BY Gregory Seay

Eric Larson
Eric Larson
Heavy equipment clearing snow on a Bradley runway Wednesday night.
More than half of Bradley International Airport's flights were canceled Wednesday, with the afternoon-evening schedules most impacted, spokesperson Alisa Sisic said via email.

Connecticut's biggest airport says its scheduled flights are almost back to normal Thursday following a strong Nor'easter snowstorm that buffeted most Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states a day earlier.

"Today, we're continuing our cleanup efforts," Sisic said.

Flights were still impacted Thursday morning, with approximately 30 percent of its departures cancelled, she said. However, Thursday afternoon's flight schedule is mostly on track, with only a small number of cancellations and delays.