JetBlue slashes service at Logan for 17 hours

JetBlue reports it's sharply cutting back service at Logan - and the three New York airports - until 10 a.m. tomorrow in the hopes of giving flight crews time to rest and ground crews times to service planes:

At that time, we’ll gradually ramp up again – we intend to be 100% operational by 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

The airline says it was hit by the same storm-related issues as most other airlines, compounded by cascading demands for remaining flights by people trying to get home after winter breaks.

These industry wide cancellations, on top of the previous days’ cancellations, have now left millions of air travelers displaced, struggling to find any available seat to get to their destinations. With planes already full with previously booked holiday travelers, remaining seats are quickly filled, (for some of the other guys, even overbooked), and some customers aren’t seeing available seats for nearly a week. If your flight has been canceled, you can rebook travel or request a refund online.

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