SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Air traffic out of Springfield-Branson National Airport have returned to normal and all flights are on time after a number of early morning departures were cancelled Monday.
The storm that brought a glazing of ice to the Ozarks over the weekend caused a number of flights to cancel over the weekend.
In a statement, airport Public Information officer Kent Boyd said while the runways are not closed, most pilots would not choose to use them.
A check of the online schedule of arrivals and departures shows all afternoon departures are now scheduled to take off as planned.
You can check the current status of flights here, but you are also encouraged to check in with your airline Monday.