The situation begins to normalize slowly at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
Delta Air Lines had to cancel more than 1000 flights between yesterday Friday and today because of the heavy snow storm that affected air operations in the state of Georgia, in the United States.
Delta has its base at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) in the city of Atlanta, that is why it was the most affected by the climate problem.
The company encouraged its passengers, as far as possible, to delay their trip explaining that the changes would not entail additional costs and that those whose flights have been canceled or with long delays, could request compensation.
The situation began to normalize slowly at the airport on Saturday afternoon as the storm recedes in a northeasterly direction, which could generate problems in later days in cities on the east coast such as Washington.