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Nor'easter cancellations linger into Wednesday, but are easing

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 3/14/2018 Ben Mutzabaugh

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Flight schedules were returning to normal in New England, though fliers there faced one more day of uneven operations after the latest nor’easter to affect the region.

Nationwide, more than 230 flights had been canceled as of 8 a.m. ET, according to flight-tracking service FlightAware.

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Nearly all of those were tied to airports in New England, where cancellations were still running above normal for cities like Boston; Hartford; Providence; Portland, Maine; and Manchester, N.H.

Terminal C at Boston's Logan International Airport sat nearly empty on Tuesday, March 13, as a major nor'easter snarled flights there. © Scott Eisen, Getty Images Terminal C at Boston's Logan International Airport sat nearly empty on Tuesday, March 13, as a major nor'easter snarled flights there. Many of those cancellations came on morning departures, a result of airlines keeping planes away from the region Tuesday as the storm intensified. That left planes out of place Wednesday morning, but fliers can hope schedules quickly get back online after the day's first round of arrivals resume. 

For Wednesday, more than 80 departures were canceled at Boston (13% of the entire day’s departure count), 19 at Hartford (13%) and 15 at Providence (20%).

Travelers flying to or through the region on Wednesday should check ahead on the status of their flights. 

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