WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. - A number of flights have been canceled and delayed at Bradley International Airport Sunday because of the snowstorm.
Currently 20 percent of departure flights are canceled and 25 percent of arrival flights have also been canceled. There is also a small number of delays, said Alisa D. Sisic, spokeswoman for the airport.
"Bradley International Airport is open and snow removal efforts are ongoing," she said.
Between 4 and 8 inches of snow is expected to fall at the airport Sunday night and early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
The Berkshires should see a foot or more of snow.
But as the storm grows worse, passengers who are scheduled to travel Sunday and Monday are advised to contact the airline to confirm the status of their flights before preparing to leave, she said.
Information is also available on the Bradley Airport website , www.flybdl.org, and on Twitter @BDLFlightInfo.
Logan International Airport in Boston is also reporting a number of cancellations of arriving and departing flights. A number of departing flights are also delayed by 45 minutes or more.
People are advised to check with their airlines and also can look for arriving and departing flights on the airport website.
Worcester Airport is reporting all three arrival flights and the two departing flights have been canceled.