Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport tweeted from its official account that the Federal Aviation Administration has lifted a ground stop, which means that flights heading to Atlanta from other airports were temporarily held. The convective activity and storm cells, mixed with tornadic conditions, continued to hit in and around the Atlanta Airport from the early morning hours and lasted through the evening, essentially halting much of the day's operation, prompting delays and cancellations. Atlanta is Delta's busiest airport, and about 60 percent of its planes go through Atlanta on an average day. After Delta's home hub in Atlanta was thrown into chaos, the company's "recovery has not been ideal and we apologize for that", said Delta's Chief Operating Officer Gil West in a statement on Thursday.
The thunder storm hit Wednesday, but canceled flights and long lines in Atlanta persisted into Friday.
"When Delta doesn't fly aircraft, not only do customers not get to their destination, but flight crews don't get to where they are scheduled to be", he said.
Most leading USA airlines have tried to limit empty seats by reducing the growth of flights.
For customers whose flights have been canceled, they will be eligible for a refund, and the airline is also offering to waive change fees for those who rebooked their plane rides.
Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in Panama City played catch-up on Thursday, after about ten flights were canceled and others were delayed. The 2016 issues ended up costing the airline an estimated $150 million.
Britain's deputy ambassador Peter Wilson said "what we want is a unanimous resolution. and we want to see this done soon". Those three nations together presented a resolution condemning the attack to the U.N.
But Smith, after a grand start by opener Ajinkya Rahane, made 84 not out to help Supergiant score 187-3 with one ball left. He was finally dismissed when Nitish Rana pulled off an excellent catch at deep square leg off the bowling of Tim Southee.
Suddenly the Masters leader, Willett poked into the bathroom to compose himself and escape from the world for a moment. He's not the first player to struggle after being thrust into the spotlight as a major victor and won't be the last.
Over the weekend, Universal Pictures released the second action-packed trailer for The Mummy starring Tom Cruise. Stay tuned to Horror News Network for more details on the Mummy and Universal's Monster Universe films.
Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, has told the National Journal he might be step aside if Mitt Romney chose to run for his seat in the U.S. Hatch released a statement to FOX 13 saying in part: "while I have taken steps to run, I have yet to make a final decision".
It was at that time that the media, Democrats and other Trump critics began demanding Nunes recuse himself from the investigation. He said he hopes Trump is asking McMaster about his options, including for diplomacy and the legal basis to use force.
Ikutaro Kakehashi , who, as founder of the Roland corporation , influenced electronic music, has died. Tommy Snyder, a former Roland associate of Kakehashi, posted the news on his Facebook page Saturday.
Children will enter the hunt area in small groups and be challenged to find eggs of different colors before they exit. Pond Hill Farm will hold two Easter egg hunts for children of all ages on Saturday, April 15 .
The company states that there is only one barcode per account and this linked barcode can be used every time to use Amazon Cash. Customers would show a personalized Amazon Cash bar code to a cashier at a CVS Pharmacy, Speedway or other participating store.
Trump tells newspaper Obama aide might have broken the law
Two weeks ago, she insisted she knew "nothing about this" and was "surprised to see reports " about unmasked information. As Hayden referenced, several former NSC officials suggested there could be questions raised about abuse of power.
Why It's Important That Delta Cuts Capacity
Morgan Stanley reiterated an "overweight" rating on shares of Delta Air Lines in a research report on Saturday, January 7th. Earnings per share ( EPS ) is the portion of a company's profit allocated to each outstanding share of common stock.
Russia releases footage of Syrian air base after US strike
An unnamed foreign ministry official quoted by Syrian state news agency hinted the footage was fabricated to preempt the strike. Shayrat Airfield in Homs, Syria is seen in this DigitalGlobe satellite image on February 18, 2017 and released by the U.S.
Pentagon says North Korea's missile test flamed out
South Korean authorities later admitted that "significant progress" in the North's missile technology was exhibited. Army confirmed the report and said that the missile was a KN-15 that flew about 60 kilometers (37 miles).
Conte sets Chelsea 18-point title target
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says his side need six victories from their last eight games to win the Premier League. When there is the possibility to send some message, I think these players don't need this message.
Moses missed against Palace - Conte
Cesc Fabregas put Chelsea on course for an easy victory after scoring a goal in the fifth minute of the game. A resilient defensive display and numerous fine saves from goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey saw Palace prevail.
Sampaoli handed last chance to impress
Since 2014 when Suarez joined Barcelona, he and Messi have struck up a friendship which has extended to their respective families. Sampaoli was touted as a potential successor to Luis Enrique at the Nou Camp after an extraordinary 2015 and 2016.
Comcast wireless ambitions could get a lot pricier
Comcast says Xfinity Mobile users will automatically connect to hot-spots and toggle between Wi-Fi and mobile broadband. The pricing plans are notable since Comcast can play ball with cutthroat pricing, but leverage other services.
North Carolina health officials report 15 more flu deaths
The study found that only 26 percent of the children who died from influenza had been vaccinated before their flu diagnosis. From October 2, 2016 through February 4, 2017, there were 38,244 positive tests for flu virus in the United States.