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Storm cancels flights to and from Tampa International

Cancellations at TIA

A major winter storm heading toward the Northeast is causing flight cancellations at Tampa International Airport.

Seven arriving flights and 14 departures scheduled for today — most to the New York and New England areas — have been cancelled, said TIA spokeswoman Janet Zink. Some flights to Canada also could be cut, she said.

Officials are advising passengers to check with their airlines before leaving home.

Times staff

Storm cancels flights to and from Tampa International 02/07/13 [Last modified: Thursday, February 7, 2013 8:32pm]
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