DALLAS, TX (KETK/KAMR/KCIT) – Southwest Airlines is canceling about 100 flights in and out of Love Field ahead of severe weather expected Wednesday night.
According to our NBC affiliate, the airlines said just after 2 p.m. Wednesday that they were “proactively suspending operations at Dallas Love Field between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.”
The airline said the cancellations will impact about 100 flights, including arrivals and departures.
“We encourage Customers to check their flight status at Southwest.com. Our number one concern is the Safety of all our Customers and Employees,” the airline said in a statement.
On their website, Southwest said flights from Dallas, Austin, Houston, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, and Tulsa may be affected and that customers who need to re-book travel can do so without paying any additional charge.
Fort Worth-based American Airlines said they were monitoring the storm and have a plan to minimize the number of aircraft exposed to the elements.
Please make sure to check with our airline for updates on flight changes and cancelations.
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