INDIANAPOLIS — Almost 100 flight departures have been canceled on Thursday at the Indianapolis International Airport due to the weather.
Only 33 flights, as of 6 a.m. Thursday, are still scheduled to serve the airport on Thursday. On a normal day, 160 flights serve the airport.
Passengers traveling Thursday will use Checkpoint A because the Transportation Security Administration is consolidating its security services in response to fewer flights due to weather.
New: All passengers flying out of Indy on Thursday will use Checkpoint A. TSA is consolidating its security services in response to fewer flights due to weather. Checkpoint A will be open at 3:45a @wrtv pic.twitter.com/yCikhkfw4u— Rafael Sánchez (@RafaelOnTV) February 2, 2022
Travelers should plan ahead and check their flight status before getting to the airport.
Flight statues are updated on the airport's website.
Sources tell WRTV American Airlines isn't planning any departures from the airport on Thursday.
New: Indy Airport crews have trained to handle the pending winter storm. I’m told American Airlines is planning no departures out of Indy on Thursday. Check your flight schedule as the situation changes @wrtv pic.twitter.com/uF5ZoZLYhD— Rafael Sánchez (@RafaelOnTV) February 2, 2022
According to Flight Aware, thousands of flights across the country have been delayed or canceled Wednesday and Thursday.
WRTV's Rafael Sanchez contributed to this report.