Holiday travel in full swing amid omicron surge
Expert Mark Murphy shares tips for planning travels during the holiday season.
Holiday travel problems are continuing for Americans as major airlines have canceled over 1,000 flights on Sunday, with some saying that the coronavirus omicron variant is causing staffing issues.
Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Alaska Airlines are all reporting hundreds of canceled or delayed flights on Sunday.
According to Flight Aware, 156 Delta Air Lines flights were canceled, with 618 being delayed. United Airlines has had 111 flight cancelations and 370 delays.
JetBlue canceled 124 flights on Sunday, and delayed 384, while Alaska Airlines canceled 101 flights and delayed 233, according to Flight Aware.
MAJOR AIRLINES CANCEL HUNDREDS OF FLIGHTS FOR SATURDAY, SUNDAY, AS COVID OMICRON VARIANT SIDELINES CREWS