Updated By: Garin Flowers
February 11, 2014, 11pm
"I got an e-mail at 9:05 that my flight was leaving at 9:45, well I live an hour and a half from the airport I couldn't possibly make that and they somehow salvaged the flight and got me here," said Mark Darden.
Mark Darden was one of the lucky ones. His flight from Raleigh to Atlanta to Tallahassee made it just fine.
"My flight had been all screwed up and she managed to resurrect it and get me down here to see my brother whose ailing and it was a very important trip to me," said Darden.
But, many others aren't so lucky. Cold weather has caused many flights to and from Atlanta and Charlotte for the Tallahassee airport to be cancelled Tuesday.
"We've gotten a lot of phone calls, folks asking a lot of questions," said Jim Durwin.
Atlanta and Charlotte Flights for Wednesday are also seeing cancellations. So, it's best to stay up-to-date on your flight status.
"The easiest way is typically to go on the airline's website or you can call them at their toll free numbers and get the latest information on your flight," said Jim Durwin.
Joey De Leon had his flight from Los Angeles with a connection in Atlanta cancelled...but he and his bandmates were able to find an another one.
"Everything was cool, we had a little delay and all that but other than that smooth sails," said Joey De Leon.
Airport officials expect flights to be back to normal no later than Thursday.
You can check for updated flight information via the table above.
Associated Press News Release
ATLANTA (AP) -- As a winter storm with potential to coat the South with ice and snow moves in, nearly 900 flights have been canceled at three of the region's major airports.
Tracking service FlightAware shows that before dawn Tuesday, 894 flights for the day had been canceled into and out of the main airports in Atlanta, Dallas and Charlotte, N.C.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the main hub for Delta Air Lines, led the nation in Tuesday flight cancellations with 368.
Delta is allowing customers expecting to travel through several Southeastern cities from Tuesday to Thursday to make free one-time changes to their itineraries. The waiver applies to travelers passing through Atlanta; the Carolinas; Huntsville, Ala.; and Norfolk, Va.