CHARLOTTE, N.C. — This weekend's winter storm is impacting operation for American Airlines. The American Airlines Integrated Operations Center in Fort Worth,Texas, continue to monitor the track of this storm.

American Airlines and regional partners have canceled 225 flights Saturday, December 8. They've canceled 1,100 flights for December 9, and 300 flights for December 10.

Customers are encouraged to check the status of their flight before departing for the airport.

Due to the anticipated winter weather at our Charlotte hub, American Airlines will reduce its operation at the airport starting Saturday evening; cancellations are expected through Monday morning as the storm impacts the area. The majority of these cancellations will be on smaller, regional aircraft.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport is still currently open and operational. The airport's snow teams have been activated.

Throughout the night, airport staff will clear the airfield, airport roadways, overpasses and parking lots as needed, officials say.

Conditions are subject to change and travelers are encouraged to frequently check with their air carrier for cancellations or delays before coming to the airport.

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