Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is fully operational after the Thursday storm that resulted in Airlinces cancelling more than 300 flights to and from STL. Airlines will work Friday to return to normal operations while trying to accomodate their passengers who were affected by Thursday's flight cancellations.

As of 7:30 a.m. Friday:

  • 35 departing flights have been cancelled for Friday.
  • 19 arriving flights have been cancelled for Friday.
  • A normal day of operations at Lambert is approximately 500 inbound and outbound flights.
  • Airport crews have maintained operational runways since the storm began around 10 a.m. on Thursday, February 21.
  • Approximately 150 passengers stayed overnight at Lambert because of cancellations.
  • Airport made available pillows and blankets to any passenger needing or requesting the items.
  • Some Airport restaurants and retail concessions remained opened through the night to accomodate travelers overnight.
  • Passengers should contact their airline directly to get the latest status update on their flights.
  • MetroLink service is fully operational on Friday to and from the Airport.