Hundreds of flights delayed, dozen canceled at Charlotte airport

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About 166 of these are American Airlines flights, with another 64 of the flights being run by PSA Airlines, an American Airlines subsidiary.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Over 270 flights have been delayed and dozens more are canceled at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Sunday, according to Flight Aware.

About 166 of these are American Airlines flights, with another 64 of the flights being run by PSA Airlines, an American Airlines subsidiary. 

American Airlines told WCNC Charlotte that the delays are cancellations are due to storms expected Sunday afternoon and evening.

RELATED: US airlines cancel more than 1,100 flights Friday

This comes after over 600 flights were delayed and 50 were canceled at the airport on Saturday, and another 1,100 flights were canceled across the U.S. on Friday.

Last weekend, weather conditions left hundreds of flights delayed or canceled at the Charlotte Douglas Airport.

MORE NEWS: FORECAST: Heavy rain, frequent lightning with scattered storms

Scattered storms could trigger Sunday afternoon and evening across the region, according to WCNC Meteorologist Brittany Van Voorhees.

Elsewhere, pockets of heavy rain and frequent lightning are expected with any downpours.

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