Travelers are facing more misery with airlines canceling thousands of flights this weekend.
FlightAware.com reported at least 769 canceled flights by midday Sunday and nearly 860 Saturday.
The cancellations are being blamed on rough weather, staff shortages and infrastructure challenges.
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Webchennel reported over 2,800 flights cancellations on Thursday due to severe weather breakdown.
TSA officers said they screened more than 2,400,000 people nationwide Friday, the highest checkpoint volume since the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
The increase in delays and cancellations comes just days after transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg met with airline CEOs.
They met to discuss ways to improve performance and operations ahead of another expected surge in travel over the Fourth of July holiday.