NASHVILLE, Tenn.- After days of being closed due to Hurricane Sandy, some of the nation's biggest and busies airports have reopened and flights are finally moving out of Nashville International Airport.
Airports in Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York resumed normal traffic on Wednesday. Two of New York City's three major airports are open. Flights are slowly resuming at John F. Kennedy International and Newark Liberty International. LaGuardia airport, however, remains, closed.
Sandy forced airlines to cancel more than 15,000 flights over the last three days. At Nashville International Airport most flights are on schedule, although a few remain canceled. Officials warn travelers to check on their flight status before leaving for the airport.