BANGOR – Life is returning to normal at airports along the East Coast following the storm.
Including in Bangor where many passengers found themselves stranded when numerous flights were canceled.
Airport Director, Tony Caruso said it always takes a couple of days for the airlines to get everyone back on track. He stated they plan for similar events before the snow even starts to fall and work to get passengers into the air as quickly as possible.
Caruso said “It’s weather our guys are well trained to handle. I think we have one of the best snow removal crews out there in terms of snow removal. they take a lot of pride in what they do.”
Airlines canceled more than 1,800 flights along the storm path. Many of them were in the New York area, but it caused a chain reaction at other airports.
Caruso said they’re now planning for the next round of storms which could bring us a lot more snow through Monday.