Snowfall in the United States result cancellation of 800 flights

Over 800 flights were canceled in the United States due to snowfall that hit the country’s east coast. CNN reported on Sunday.

According to this source, due to snowfall, the departure of about six thousand domestic and international flights is delayed. Adverse weather conditions caused one of the aircraft of the U.S. Delta Air Lines to roll out of the runway at the international airport in Buffalo, New York. According to meteorologists, adverse weather conditions may persist during Monday.

On Saturday, nine people, including a pilot and two children, died as a result of the crash of a small plane in South Dakota. An aircraft was flying to the city named Idaho Falls, Idaho, and crashed shortly after departure from the local Chamberlain airport. Adverse weather conditions, most likely, caused this air crash.

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