Thousands of flights canceled due to Hurricane Nemo in the U.S.

About four thousand international and domestic flights canceled on Friday due to bad weather in the north-eastern United States, according to the Associated Press.

The states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Illinois, on Thursday hit a cold cyclone, accompanied by heavy snowfalls. Major U.S. airlines, including United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest announced on the eve of the abolition of more than two thousand flights, including international. On Friday because of bad weather canceled thousands of flights is 3.94.

According to the agency, airline passengers have announced that they are ready to renew bought tickets on other days at no additional charge.

Residents of states that were in the midst of a snow storm, named "Nemo", buying food and preparing for a possible power outage. Expected "Nemo" will enter the top ten most powerful snow storms in the history of New York. City officials have canceled classes at schools and called on residents not to leave their homes unless absolutely necessary.

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