Storm Cancels Flights In St. Louis, Kansas City

All flights to Kansas City International Airport have been canceled for the day in light of the winter storm that caused Gov. Jay Nixon to declare a state of emergency across Missouri.

Lambert International Airport in St. Louis remains open. However, as of 1:15 p.m. there had been 138 arriving flights and 128 departing flights canceled. That is more than half of a typical day’s schedule (500 flights) at Lambert. US Airways canceled all of its remaining flights for the day.

The St. Louis airport remains open and there are still scheduled flights departing from and arriving at Lambert. Ticketed passengers or those picking up passengers are urged to contact their airlines for the latest flight status or check Lambert’s flight information page here.

More information can be found on Lambert’s website.


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