As Hurricane Sandy prepares to make landfall in the Northeast, a number of flights to and from the Tampa Bay area are cancelled.
Travelers are being advised to check on the status of their flights before they leave for Bay area airport such as Tampa International, Sarasota Bradenton and St. Petersburg/Clearwater.
Here is a list of resources you can use to find out if your flight is grounded:
- Tampa International Airport’s Flight Search: This quick search captures all incoming and outgoing flights scheduled at the airport. There are a number of lights listed as canceled – both departing and arriving – from the Northeast.
- Sarasota Bradenton Airport’s Flight Search: SRQ also has a flight search, which is located at the top of the airport’s homepage. A number of flights to and from New York, Boston and Washington, D.C., are canceled for today.
- St. Petersburg/Clearwater: The airport also offers a flight search directly on its homepage.
To find out more about a departing, arriving or rescheduled flights, check directly with the airline you purchased your ticket from.
Has your flight been grounded? Let us know where you were trying to go in the comments section.