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Cape Air flights canceled due to storm (update)

October 30, 2012
By CHRIS KNIGHT - Senior Staff Writer (cknight@adirondackdailyenterprise.com) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

SARANAC LAKE - Cape Air flights in and out of the North Country airports, including the Adirondack Regional Airport in Lake Clear, remain grounded today.

Trish Lorino, director of marketing and public relations for Cape Air, said Monday that the airline cancelled all flights Monday and today due to the storm.

"Obviously we track the weather and the forecast pretty closely and have been for several days leading up to the storm," Lorino told the Enterprise. "In light of what we were discovering, we decided to cancel the flights for October 29 and 30th, and that includes flights in our Northeast region - so upstate New York, Boston, Albany and all through New England."

Lorino said Cape Air is planning to resume service Wednesday morning, weather permitting.

Cape Air provides three flights a day between Logan International Airport in Boston and Lake Clear using nine-seat Cessna 402 planes. It also provides service between Albany and the airports in Ogdensburg and Massena.

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