Airports expect minimal delays today in wake of blizzard

Airlines are up and running again after being shut down during the blizzard, leaving thousands of passengers stranded at the airport. Runways are open and

WOODBURY - Airlines are up and running again after being shut down during the blizzard, leaving thousands of passengers stranded at the airport. Runways are open and today the airports expect only minimal delays but crews are struggling to catch up on thousands of canceled flights.

Officials say it could take until next week to clear the blizzard backlog.

Many passengers are criticizing the airlines' customer service departments instead of the airports. They say they were unable to get through to reservation agents to change their trips.

Officials: Could be days for airline passengers to get home

MacArthur Airport

JFK

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