US Airways said Friday it would cancel flights between Houston and Dallas after Tropical Storm Hugo made landfall in Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported.
The airline said its Southwest Express flights would be delayed through Sunday as well.
“We will work to ensure that all of our customers in Dallas and Houston can get to and from their destinations,” a spokesman said.
The company has cancelled flights between Dallas and San Antonio, Houston and San Diego and New York, Chicago and New Jersey, Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago-El Paso. “
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The company has cancelled flights between Dallas and San Antonio, Houston and San Diego and New York, Chicago and New Jersey, Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago-El Paso.
The agency also said it was canceling all flights from Houston to Atlanta.
US Airways says its Southwest Airlines Express flight to Dallas will be cancelled through Sunday.
The carrier said the hurricane was moving towards the Carolinas, but it was still working to determine how it would impact those areas.
“Due to Tropical Storm and related weather conditions, we will be closing all routes in and out of Dallas/Fort Worth through Sunday, December 5, at 5:00 p.m.,” the airline said in a statement.
US airlines are scrambling to cope with the impact of Hurricane Hugo on their business.
The airlines were expecting to see some flights to and fro the United States from their home bases, but that could take some time.
US Airline, which is part of the US Airways Group, said Thursday that its Southwest service to the US could be impacted by the storm, but would not specify what kind of impact.