By Associated Press - Sunday, January 24, 2016

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Officials say planes may soon start flying again at airports in New Jersey and New York City.

But passengers are being urged to check with their carriers before they head out, because many flights scheduled for Sunday have been delayed or cancelled.

Port Authority officials say LaGuardia, JFK, Newark Liberty and Atlantic City airports remained open during Saturday’s monster snowstorm. But nearly all flights were cancelled due to the snow and strong winds.

Officials also note that most airlines continue to offer fee waivers for passengers who want to switch to flights later in the week.

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