Holiday Travel: Thousands of Flights Canceled

Alex Perez reports on the state of air travel after winter storms cancel flights.
0:59 | 12/21/12

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Now, to the travel problems. It's snarled for galore at chicago's o'hare airport. More than 1,000 flights canceled already, as we said. And abc's alex perez is there where lines are already very long this morning. Good morning, alex. Reporter: Good morning, elizabeth. What a crazy morning it has been here at o'hare. I want you to look behind me here. This is a security line. Some of these people have been lining up since about 3:00 this morning. And they couldn't even get into the airport until about 4:00 a.M. Now, chicago did not get if snow anticipated overnight. But this storm, still creating some major headaches for air traffic across the country. More than 1,000 flights have been canceled. And the storm is heading east. So, airports across the east coast are expecting to deal with delays into the weekend. The good news is that most airlines have been relaxing their rescheduling fees. For those who have to travel through the path of the storm, that is some good news. It's going to be one of those weekends where your patience is going to be tested.

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