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Boeing 737 Max suspensions, giant storm in central US: Where to track flight cancellations

Posted: 1:38 PM, Mar 13, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-13 19:47:00Z
How to track flight cancellations in wake of Boeing 737 Max suspensions

A giant snowstorm is hitting the central U.S. on the same day Boeing is temporarily suspending all of its 737 Max airplane services.

It's safe to say there may be a little chaos at airports across the country as folks try to figure out how to get from here to there.

Passengers seeking information on their flights have a few options to get it. FlightStats provides tracking as long as the person searching for info has the airline name, a flight number and the date of the flight.

The site also allows for tracking of flights that have previously taken place.

FlightView is another airplane status tracking website, as is FlightAware . Some of the booking websites offer trackers, such as this one from Kayak.

Airlines also offer tracking options; here are links to some of those:
• Delta: Flight Status
• American Airlines: Flight Status
• United: Flight Status
• Southwest Airlines: Flight Status
• JetBlue: Flight Status
• Virgin Atlantic: Flight Status

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