Flights canceled at PHL, SEPTA restoring weekday service

If you're traveling Thursday, you may want to take a minute to check your flight status before you head out the door.

A number of major airlines are canceling thousands of flights in the wake of Thursday's nor'easter, including 700 flights here in Philadelphia.

According to Flight Aware, more than 4,700 flights were canceled and there have been more than 8,000 delays nationwide.

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The most heavily affected airports are Philadelphia International and New York City area airports.

For more information on flights, you can visit the airport's website.

Meanwhile, SEPTA announced that it planned to return to normal weekday operations Thursday but riders should expect delays and be wary of slippery platforms and parking lots. Some bus routes remained suspended Thursday morning.

For more on SEPTA's service Thursday, you check SEPTA's website.