More than half of U.S. airlines have been hit by a series of severe weather events that have disrupted flights, slowing operations and raising safety concerns.
At least 10 airlines have announced that they are cancelling or relocating to other cities and are expected to begin relocating next week.
Some of those cancellations are related to severe weather, which has disrupted flights and disrupted many travel plans.
But the storms have also been blamed for other problems, including the disruption of some air traffic in Washington and Philadelphia.
The latest round of weather has also forced many businesses to close and forced some customers to take alternative routes.
In the meantime, a few airlines have taken the rare step of offering up to $5,000 to anyone willing to take a break in order to get back to work.
Some travelers have been trying to make the most of their limited time to travel and have been taking advantage of a new service from United Airlines that allows them to set up their own personal air-conditioning.
They can then choose from three cool, white or blue options that can be configured for the different climates they might face.
In some instances, they can even add a second, custom option that automatically adjusts the thermostat of their home.
But many of those who have chosen to take breaks have been frustrated with the lack of information on how to avoid severe weather and have opted to head to the airlines website to check out the weather options.
United Airlines, which launched its CoolAir service last month, said it has already seen the number of cancellations and delays increase significantly.
United has already canceled more than 3,000 flights due to the storm, according to United.
The company said in a statement that the weather events were impacting our customers and they are working with them to help alleviate any issues.