Dozens of flights canceled at Indianapolis International Airport due to superstorm Sandy
Nearly 40 flights our of Indianapolis grounded
Last Updated: 232 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - Superstorm Sandy caused dozens of flight delays and cancelations Tuesday at Indianapolis International Airport.
The storm hit the east coast Monday night, the National Hurricane Center reported, packing 80-mph winds at landfall.
Airport officials said that nearly 40 flights out of Indy were delayed or canceled due to the ripple-effect from the storm.
One couple drove into Indianapolis from New York hoping to catch a flight to California.
"It was probably the best driving we've ever had in New York City. There was no one on the New Jersey Turnpike, which is unusual. The weather was pretty terrible, but we made it," traveler Kacey Rohloff said.
To keep track of flight delays and cancelations at Indy's airport, visit www.indianapolisairport.com
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