MSP airport cancels hundreds of flights due to winter storm

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Air travel remains difficult Thursday as the winter storm continues to impact much of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has canceled nearly 240 flights by 9 a.m. Thursday.

That’s a days after the airport canceled close to 400 flights Wednesday due to the winter storm. A few more flights were delayed or diverted.

The airport usually runs almost 800 flights daily.

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MSP airport says the winter operations team is working tirelessly to ensure proper runway conditions during this storm.

A winter storm warning is in effect for the Twin Cities until Friday night. Governor Tim Walz declared a peacetime emergency on Tuesday and called on the National Guard to help Minnesotans affected by the storm.

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