I Was At LaGuardia Airport Amid the 1,000+ Flight Disruptions — Here's What It Was Like

“Finally boarding!!”

Emily Rella Hundreds of cancelations plagued LGA on Thursday

It was the text I sent to my friends after finally boarding my flight around 3:02 p.m., which was originally scheduled for a 12:55 p.m. departure. Technically, it was the second flight I was supposed to be on — the first was a 9:30 a.m. flight to Washington, D.C., (DCA) but canceled without explanation about two hours before the scheduled departure.

I let out a sigh of relief as I buckled into my Delta flight and prepared for a very delayed takeoff just happy that I would make it to our nation’s capital

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