Weather again cancels flights from Youngstown to Florida

Last week, weather conditions canceled inbound and outbound flights to the Orlando Sanford International Airport

Flights from Youngstown to Chicago O'Hare will begin in May.

VIENNA, Ohio (WKBN) – An Allegiant Air flight from Youngstown to Tampa/St. Pete, Florida was canceled Tuesday due to severe storms in Florida.

Two flights between Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport (YNG) and St. Pete Clearwater International Airport (PIE) were rescheduled to Wednesday due to weather.

Flight 892 PIE-YNG will be operating January 4 as flight 5892 with a 10 a.m. scheduled departure from PIE.

Flight 893 YNG-PIE will be operating January 4 as flight 5893 with a 1:06 p.m. scheduled departure from YNG.

Passengers choosing not to travel on the rescheduled flight have the option to be re-accommodated on another Allegiant flight at no charge, or to receive a refund for that portion of their itinerary.

Last week, weather conditions canceled inbound and outbound flights from the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport to the Orlando Sanford International Airport.

Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport Director of Aviation Dan Dickten said poor visibility and fog led to the cancellations last week. Passengers could get on another flight Monday.

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