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Travel back on track at Winnipeg airport

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Many flights were delayed yesterday as Eastern Canada cleaned up after an ice storm. Here children skate on an ice-covered street in Kingston, Ont., on Saturday.

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Many flights were delayed yesterday as Eastern Canada cleaned up after an ice storm. Here children skate on an ice-covered street in Kingston, Ont., on Saturday.

Things are looking a lot better travel-wise at Winnipeg airport today.

Only a few flights coming into and leaving James Richardson International airport are experiencing delays this morning. The massive ice storm that struck Eastern Canada over the weekend caused havoc with some flights origination out of Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa Sunday, but things appear to be back online.

Many itineraries involving those markets saw delays from one to three hours Sunday, with a few scheduled flights cancelled.

If you are planning to depart Winnipeg for the Christmas break, or if you are welcoming friends and family home for he holidays with an airport pick-up, please check the airport website to see the status of your flight.

 

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