FAA Delays Flights For 5 Major Northeast Airports So Far

  • The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) delayed flights at five major U.S. airports so far on Thursday, as authorities say Canada wildfire smoke is impacting viability and deteriorating air quality across the Northeast.
  • As of 9:20 a.m. ET, the FAA has delayed all flights bound for Newark International Airport nationwide.
  • The FAA had already said it “will likely need to take steps to manage the flow of traffic safely into New York City, DC, Philadelphia and Charlotte due to reduced visibility from wildfire smoke.”
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