Airlines have canceled nearly 16,000 flights across the country since Sunday because of Hurricane Sandy, including more than 300 flights flying in or out of the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Patch reports.
And that's only as of about 9 p.m. Monday. More flights are expected to be cancelled Tuesday, although the figure is not yet available. Most of the flights cancelled were scheduled to fly to or from Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Washington, D.C., the Orange County Register reports.
Before coming to the airport, LAX recommends checking flight status information here. The FAA's website also provides up-to-the-minute conditions at all U.S. airports at www.faa.gov; click on "Airport Status and Delays."