January 5, 2018

Post storm, Bradley airport close to full speed

After cancelling 90 percent of arrivals and departures during Thursday's storm, Bradley International Airport said Friday it was resuming full operations Friday.

The airport did not close during the day-long blizzard, which ravaged Connecticut and New England and closed municipal operations and businesses across the state.

But spokeswoman Alisa Sisic said the airport is continuing to focus on ongoing cleanup as airlines play catch-up with previous delays and cancellations.

"We are still experiencing some cancellations and delays as the airlines work to restore service due to yesterday's storm," she said. "Passengers are advised to contact their airline regarding their individual flight itineraries and any potential rebooking options before heading to the airport."

Real time flight status updates are available at www.flybdl.org.

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