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Flight Delays Still Plague PBI, FLL, MIA As Holiday Travel Problems Persist

by Staff

Flying Into, Out Of South Florida? Prepare For Problems.

JetBlue is among the airlines logging significant delays at South Florida airports on Friday, December 29, 2023. (Image: JetBlue).

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Flight delays continue to hamper the holidays for tens of thousands of fliers traveling into and out of Palm Beach International, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, and Miami International Airports. While Friday travel problems aren’t quite as significant as Thursday’s, it’s still a very slow go.

Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Delays (FLL).

At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport as of 4 p.m., FlightAware.com tells BocaNewsNow.com that 232 flights have been delayed so far. Topping the list: Spirit wit 76 delays, followed by JetBlue with 63, Southwest with 35, nad United with 12. American, Delta, Frontier, Allegiant, and Air Canada also made the list. Of the delays, 108 are outbound, 125 are inbound.

Palm Beach International Airport Delays. (PBI).

At Palm Beach International Airport, 58 delays have been logged so far, with JetBlue topping the list with 19. American is in second place with 11. Delta, Allegiant, Air Canada, and Bahamasair also have multiple flight delays logged. In total, 22 delays are outbound with 36 inbound.

Miami International Airport Delays. (MIA).

At Miami International Airport, the delay list is 312 with five cancellations. American Airlines, the primary carrier at MIA, tops the list with 185 delays, followed by Delta, Envoy, JetBlue, Spirit, and Southwest. British Airways, Bahamasair, and Frontier canceled flights. Of the delays at MIA, 174 are outbound delays, with 138 recorded as inbound delays.

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