Delta says 150 more flights canceled as storm effects linger

If you plan to fly with Delta Airlines this week, you could see cancellations or delays.

Delta canceled another 150 flights Sunday as it tried to get back on schedule after the severe storms disrupted flights into and out of its hub in Atlanta.

The severe weather last week battered the mid-Atlantic region, the Northeast and the Southeast, causing tornado-like conditions Wednesday around Delta's hub, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, through which 60% of its 1,250-aircraft fleet passes each day.

In a note to customers, Delta apologized for the disruption and difficulty accommodating those who travel.

Delta has had the most cancellations of any airline since early Thursday as the airline axed about 2,000 flights in that time, according to FlightAware, following storms that hit the Southeastern U.S. and the East Coast. "Delta teams continue to work around the clock to fully reset our operation and keep customers informed".

Delta said a travel waiver was extended through the weekend and the airline advised passengers to check for updates on flights. Between Friday and Saturday, almost 1,200 flights were canceled in total.

For more information on the cancellations and delays, visit here.

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