On January 4, 2018, a massive winter storm struck the Northeast United States.
JetTip monitors flights at major US and Canadian airports for unusual arrivals and departures; here are the high priority alerts we issued for weather diversions.
An "unusual" flight means the airline + type is noteworthy at said airport. For example, if a Delta 737 diverted to an airport that sees lots of Delta 737s, we don't issue an alet.
Flights with an asterisk (*) didn't trigger an alert, but should have. We're reviewing those cases to do a better job next time. If there are any missing from this list that should be included, shoot us an email or tweet.
Last Update: Friday, January 5, 11:58 AM EST.
Chicago O'Hare (ORD)
- Austrian 87, B772, OE-LPE
- FinnAir 5, A333, OHL-TS
- China Airlines 12, B77W, B-18055
- Air China 981, B748, B-2481
- KLM 643, B772, PH-BQD
- Air China 819, B773, B-2037 *
- China Southern 699, B77W B-7183 *
Dallas / Ft. Worth (DFW)
Montreal Trudeau (YUL)
Toronto Pearson (YYZ)
Washington Dulles (IAD)
- Aerolineas Argentinas 1300, LV-FVH
- National Airlines 941, B744, NCR941
- Aeroflot 100, B77W, VQ-BUA
- Aer Lingus 105, A333, EI-ELA
- Thomas Cook 2848, A332, G-VYGK
- Etihad 101, A388, A6-APH
- SAS 903, A343, LN-RKG
- British Airways 4A, B772, G-VIIC
- Open Skies 5, B752, F-HAVN
- TAP Portugal 207B, A332, CS-TOH (Star Alliance)
- Norwegian 7015, B789, G-CKKL
- XL Airways 40, A332, G-VYGM
- Aeroflot 122, A333, VQ-BMX
- LAN 532, B789, CC-BGG *