US flights returning to normal after another holiday weekend of cancellations

New York CNN Business  — 

Flights at US airports appeared to be returning to normal on Monday after another difficult holiday weekend for passengers caused by a rash of canceled flights.

Tracking service FlightAware showed about 2,000 flights to, from, or within the United States canceled between Thursday and Sunday, or 2% of scheduled flights. There was a peak of 657 flights canceled on Saturday.

Bad weather played a role once again, but staff shortages throughout the airline industry also fed into the problem. Airlines don’t have the staffing, especially among pilots, to adjust when bad weather

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