More Than 2,200 Flights Canceled on Jan. 2 Amid COVID-19 Staffing Issues, Snowstorm

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More than 2,200 flights have been canceled on Jan. 2, the day after New Year’s, amid staffing shortages and poor weather conditions in some parts of the United States.

Some 2,233 flights within, into, or out of the United States were canceled on the morning of Jan. 2, according to tracking website FlightAware. About 3,000 delays have been reported, the website’s data show.

Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport had the most delays and cancellations, with more than 500 flights being canceled, according to FlightAware. Denver International Airport had nearly 300 cancellations.

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